The largest surprise attack of the First World War
AN IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE 20 METRES BELOW GROUND
20 metres below the pavements of Arras, discover the Wellington Tunnels, a museum steeped in memory and emotion. In November 1916, the British started preparing for the 1917 spring offensive. Their stroke of genius: to have the New Zealand tunnellers connect up the town’s medieval chalk extraction tunnels to create a network of underground barracks, large enough to accommodate up to 24,000 soldiers.
Plongez 20 mètres sous terre dans les entrailles de l'histoire. An immersion 20 meters under the ground, in the bowels of history. #carrierewellington