In Flanders Fields Museum
Several additional security measures have been taken to protect our visitors and our employees when visiting our museum during the corona period.
Clear distance marking at the checkout
Plexiglass at the reception
Disinfectant gel at the entrance and also available in the museum
Arrows on the ground to indicate the walking direction in the museums
The museums are open daily from 10am to 6pm.
The visitor center in the Lakenhallen is open on weekdays from 9 am to 6 pm. In the weekend from 10 am to 6 pm.
To ensure that all museum visits run smoothly, we ask you to reserve your visit to the museum in advance. Click here to go to the reservation module.The Ypres region was the backdrop to one of the bloodiest battles in history, over 100 years ago. Now the last witness have died too, the In Flanders Fields Museum is more than ever the gateway to the First World War in Flanders.
The In Flanders Fields Museum confronts the visitor with the consequences of the Great War. Old and young are faced with life and death in the Ypres front region.
The exhibition with touching video projects, unique sound fragments and the most up-to-date multimedia applications immerse you in the life at the front. Each visitor also receives a poppy bracelet that enables him/her to discover four personal stories of 'Joe Public' in the Great War. By logging in you can meet your peers in the war, a century ago.
Lakenhallen - Grote Markt 34 - 8900 IEPER - +32 (0)57 239 220
1 April > 15 November: every day from 10 am till 6 pm *
16 November > 31 March: Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am till 5 pm*
Closed on 25/12/2019 & 01/01/2020 and from 6th January to 21st January 2020
* Ticketsale stops 1 hour before closing time
A museum visit takes about 1h30 to 2 hours. We advise to start your visit at 4 pm at the latest.
Adults: 10 euro
Youth (19-25): 6 euro
Children (7 - 18): 5 euro
Children under 7: free
Family ticket: 22 euro
Visit Belfry tower: + 2 euro
School groups: 4,5 euro/pp