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Somme Battlefields' Partner network

The Somme Battlefields' Partners

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The Somme Battlefields’ Partner network is the only one of its kind in France, and includes 200 tourism professionals: accommodation providers, restaurateurs, tourism offices, sites & museums, guides, taxis, and traders.
All are enthusiastic and committed to providing you with a top-quality welcome all year round. They are well versed in the history of the First World War, and know the Somme battlefields like the backs of their hands.
They can advise you on the sites you really should visit, share their tips on making the most of your trip, and can provide comprehensive tourist information.

Numerous hotels, B&Bs, campsites, gites are pleased to welcome you and to share their knowledges of the subject of the Great War. To find an accommodation, click here.

The guides members of Somme Battlefields' Partner network, all detained the required transport licence, an insurance and the knowledge approval given by the Museum of the Great War (Historial). To be guided on the battlefields, click here.
All the museums of the Somme dedicated to the Great War are members of the network. To visit our museums, click here.

Where to start? How to get there? Click here to discover our selection to help plan your trip and find below our visitors coupons.

MetMme Delattre©Benjamin Teissedre (28)


M and Mme Delattre, Butterworth Farm Bed & Breakfast at Pozières
“Because of the importance of remembering the fallen, we are very committed to the values of the Somme Battlefields’ Partner network. We must never forget all these young men who came to fight and who gave their lives for the freedom of all. Indirectly, we become more intimate with these men through their family history; we are most touched by this. It is exactly what we experience with our Anglo-Saxon clientele: often researching a member of their family, they tell us their stories and we learn of their family history. It is important to exchange and share history, as we form, all nations combined, one great family, one of humanity and remembrance.”