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Exhibition from Hooge to the Hell(Fire Corner)...

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Origin of Hooge Crater
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Exceptionally closed on Thursday 25/05/2017

Closed on Thursday 25/05/2017 for the first communion of our oldest son.

See you on Friday ;-)

Grtz Niek


Visitors Centre :

The Ypres Salient: 'The landscape now as a witness of then'.

During 'The Great war' the Ypres Salient was the longest unchanged frontline in Flanders. Consequently it was one of the most dreaded battlefields of the W ...


In the new wing of the museum one can watch an original film shot in 1917 at Hooge and the Menin Road.

Don't miss this chance to visit our new exhibition: 'From Hooge to Hell'!.



  • Hooge Crater Cemetery was begun by the 7th Division Burial Officer early in October 1917. It contained originally 76 graves.
  • Birr Cross Roads Cemetery was named by the 1st Leinsters from their depot. The cemetery was begun in August 1917 and used as a Dressing Station cemetery until, and after, the German advance in 1918.
  • Kings Royal Rifle Corps Memorial is a memorial dedicated to the officers and men of the KRRC, Kings Royal Rifle Corps.