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Beaumont-Hamel | Rue de l'Église, 80300 Beaumont-Hamel, France
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This Canadian memorial to their fallen in the battle Of Beaumont-Hamel is stunning and extremely thought provoking, the scene of one of the major battles of WW1 it bears the scars to this day, the memorial itself is stunning, the scars of battle are everywhere,...More

Thank ERIC B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Probably the best preserved trenches in the Somme area, with access to walk through them. Popular with coaches, so can get busy. To be honest this is one of the must see locations with Allied and German trenches, memorials and cemeteries. Very accessible for all...More

Thank 2bobbits
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a "MUST see" on any trip to see any of the (too many) memorials to the valiant allied troops who worked so hard together to free this magical land. The welcome host as you enter the site was so very friendly... gave us...More

Thank Murray A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Another free entry, well looked after Canadian War Memorial. Upon entry we were greeted by a Canadian university student and handed an information sheet corresponding to the numbered route we were guided towards. Well looked after pathways lead you on a tour of the battlefield,...More

Thank AndreaJoanne
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

There are so many memorials and battlefields to see in the Somme region and this one is well worth visiting. Most striking is the caribou memorial to commemorate the Newfoundlanders who gave their lives during the conflict. Also , as a Scotsman, I found the...More

Thank Alan G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Beautifully designed and maintained memorial with a very good information center. Very good leaflet with a self guided tour which was given to us as we entered the site. Very interesting to see the trenches and to walk the site.

Thank Charlotte J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a wonderfully looked after place where just over a hundred years ago some of the bloodiest battles raged on. You can take a free guided tour hosted by Canadian students or be alone with your thoughts. You owe it to the men from...More

Thank alansavill
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a beautifully kept memorial. It's a moving tribute to those lost. This memorial commemorates the huge proportion of the young male Newfoundland population at the time. When you see the countryside and the impact of the war on this small piece of landscape...More

Thank carolinebb61
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a memorial to the Canadian Newfoundlanders who fought on this site. There is also a Memorial/Cemetery to the 51st Highland Division on site who also fought in this area. The site is owned by Canada and students from Canada conduct tours and give...More

Thank elwick11
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Stunning memorial to the brave Canadian soldiers who gave so much in the carnage of WW1. Very informative young guides make this an unmissable place to visit

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31 May 2018|
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Response from Charlotte J |
There is a sign at the entrance requesting no dogs as a sign of respect to those who died here..
7 June 2017|
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Response from John B | Reviewed this property |
I think Arras is closer but travelling from Amiens would not be a problem. The site is far away from any public transport - the easiest way is to hire a car I'm afraid. You may be able to join a coach tour to the site... More
4 January 2017|
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Response from jim_bayfield | Reviewed this property |
We didn't see any dogs or signs. There is a large car park right outside the entrance and the small visitor centre right opposite who would advise. The paths are paved so would think OK but not 100% sure. Try e mailing them... More