Welcome Back to Flanders Fields Pass

Welcome back pass

The Welcome Back to Flanders Fields Pass allows significantly discounted – and in a lot of cases free – entry into many of the region’s museums and visitor attractions including the In Flanders Fields Museum in Ypres, and Memorial Museum Passchedaele in Zonnebeke, as well as a wealth of the smaller, privately-run sites, such as the Hooge Crater museum in Ypres, Talbot House in Poperinge and the Lange Max Museum in Koekelare.

Whilst many of the region’s visitor attractions do have a WW1 theme, this part of Belgium is also important for the country’s renowned brewing industry – and museum’s such as Poperinge’s Hop Museum, as well as tours to some of the region’s breweries are also included in the Pass. 

It doesn’t stop there. The Pass also encourages visitors to spend some time with one of the area’s passionate and knowledgeable guides, either as part of a set tour, or as a private tour, offering significant reductions on regular pricing. And for those visitors wishing to explore the region on two wheels – and with miles of dedicated cycle routes Flanders’ unique cycling culture, why not? – the Pass also offers discounts on bike hire, both traditional bicycles, as well as e-bikes.

The Welcome Back Pass is valid until the end of December 2022.

In Flanders Fields museum
From 1914 to 1918, Flanders Fields was a major battle theatre on the Western Front during the First World War.
In Flanders Fields © In Flanders Fields Museun
Explore Flanders Fields with one of the area’s passionate and knowledgeable guides.
Recreatief fietsen Begijnhof Diest
Are you interested in exploring the region on two wheels? There is no better way to see the Flanders countryside!
Barak De Vinck
The Welcome Back to Flanders Fields Pass will be available to international visitors at no cost when they book a stay directly.