Musée de la bataille de Fromelles

On 19 and 20 July 1916, the Battle of Fromelles took place on a 4 kilometre front. The British 61st Division and the Australian 5th Division were pitted against three Bavarian regiments. The attack resulted in the disabling of almost 8,500 men. This museum combines archaeological and scientific techniques, history and the fate of soldiers linked to the Battle of Fromelles. Open from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm. Closed on Tuesdays. Schedules subject to change depending on the health conditions in force.


Rue de la Basse ville
59249 Fromelles

+33 359 61 15 14


Fermé le mardi


Musée de la Bataille de Fromelles

Audioguide included



Access by bike
Bike rack available in front of the museum

Access by car
Free parking

Access on foot


Guide dogs

Hearing impairment

Magnetic induction loop available 

FALC booklet available

Mental handicap
FALC booklet available

Motor disability


Visual disability

Thematic of the place

History and tradition

Public price
: Free
Price with the pass
: Free