Exploring the Great War battlefields is always an experience - moving, reflective, bewildering, fascinating, haunting, humbling, are all words that have been used by battlefield visitors.

Reasons for visiting are many and varied, some are interested because of a family link and want to follow in the footsteps of their ancestor, some want to know the stories behind their local war memorial, others have read about the Great War and want to know more, and some visit the Western Front as part of a lifelong interest.

Many people who have traveled by train or by road through Belgium or northern France will have been intrigued by the scattered groups of regular, white headstones apparently huddled together in the countryside. Some decide to visit the sites of the First World War simply to understand a little more about "the war to end all wars", that is still such a significant part of the history of so many countries around the world.

Whatever your reason for contemplating a trip to the Western Front, our aim is to help you get the most from your visit. We can help you plan your visit, take you to the places you want to go and interpret the events, the places and the people to give you an unforgettable experience.