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The Arras City Passes

From an ascent 40 metres up the Belfry down to the Carrière Wellington 20 metres below ground level, taking in the Museum of Fine Arts and Cité Nature on the way: explore every nook and cranny of Arras with the City Pass packages. Smart and convenient, the City Passes offer a means of discovering the town’s unmissable attractions at will and at low cost!

 

  • The City Pass or Citypass Or includes the ascent of the Belfry, a guided tour of the Boves and the Carrière Wellington and admission to Cité Nature and the Museum of Fine Arts.

    Full price: 19 €; Concessionary price: €10
     
  • The Pass ‘Boves +’ includes the ascent of the Belfry and a guided tour of the Boves.

    Full price: €7; reduce price: €4
     
  • The Pass ‘Wellington +’ includes the ascent of the Belfry and a guided tour of the Carrière Wellington.

    Full price: €8; Concessionary price: €4.20
     
  • The ‘City Pass argent’Citypass Argent includes the Boves + option and a guided tour of the Carrière Wellington.

    Full price: €12; Concessionary price: €6


  • The City Pass Battle of Arras includes the guided tour of the Carrière Wellington and admission ton the Jean et Denise Letaille - Bullecourt 1917 Museum.

     Full price : €7.90; Concessionary price (12 to 18s) : €3.90

 

City Passes are valid for one year from the date of purchase.


Apps and mobile sites

“Great War 1914-1918”

Follow young film maker Guillaume Naylor as he sets off in the footsteps of his great grandfather Andrew, a British stretcher bearer who took part in the 1914-1918 offensives. Video reconstructions, archive photographs and eye-witness accounts reveal the history of the major sites of the Great War, from Mont-Saint-Eloi to Lijssenthoek in Belgium, passing through Fromelles, Beaumont-Hamel in the Somme region and the Chemin des Dames in the Aisne region.

Free app download at Apple’s App Store and Google Play. Available in French, English, Dutch and German.

 

Tour of the key sites of the Great War in Artois

The hills of the Artois Region were of significant strategic importance during the First World War. In 1915, the French Army retook the hill of Notre-Dame-de-Lorette while Vimy Ridge was liberated by the Canadians in 1917. Today the Artois hills memorial sites bear poignant witness to the Great War. Along a 29.5km trail, which can be followed on foot or by bicycle, this circuit takes you on a discovery of sixteen key sites in the Artois hills.

This circuit can be consulted via your mobile on the website www.cheminsdememoire-nordpasdecalais.fr Available in French and English.

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