Other Points of Interest
The Ploegsteert Memorial commemorates more than 11,000 servicemen of the United Kingdom and South African forces who died in this sector during the First World War and have no known grave. The memorial serves the area from the line Caestre-Dranoutre-Warneton to the north, to Haverskerque-Estaires-Fournes to the south.
'In Flanders Fields' Museum presents the story of the First World War in the West Flanders region. It is located in the reconstructed Cloth Hall of Ieper, rebuilt after its destruction during the First World War.
Langemark cemetery is one of only four German First World War cemeteries in the Flanders region. It contains over 44,000 burials of German soldiers brought from the surrounding battlefields. It is cared for by the German war graves commission, the Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge (VDK).
Talbot House is a historical house and museum on life behind the lines in the former British garrison town Poperinge. From December 1915 onwards, and for more than three years, the Old House provided rest and recreation to all soldiers coming in, regardless of their rank. Today, as real as then, the place is a real "home from home" and a welcoming stop in Flanders Fields.