The Yorkshire Trench & Dug-out was, in close consultation with the archealogical team, restored along its original route, including the entrance and exit of the ‘deep dug-out' from 1917. A series of information panels and a ground plan of the dug-out on the site give the visitor graphic representation of trench. Permanently open (sunrise to sunset) - Industrial Estate along the Ieper-Ijzer Canal
Address: Bargiestraat, 8900 Ieper (in front of IVVO)
Remnants of the numerous mine impacts near the strategically important Hooge can be seen in the garden of the hotel Kasteelhof 't Hooghe. In 1995 a original trench was dug out by the hotel owner Open every day from 10 am to 7 pm € 1 donation in the money-box
This unique German site is located in Wijtschate. The site consists of of two mine shafts, a trench system and four bunkers. It is accessible via a footpath which passes through the restored network of trenches. A series of information panels give details of the events which took place here and explain what life at the front was really like.