Yper Museum

Ypres is a global symbol of WWI remembrance, but there is so much more. Its history spans eleven centuries: Cloth city. Medieval metropolis. Fortified city. Bishop city. Military city. Destroyed and rebuild city. Cats’ city. Peace city. Westhoek city. Ypres was and is all of this.

The backdrop is not bad: the Yper Museum is located in a wing of the Cloth Halls, the largest civilian complex in Neo-Gothic style in Europe. The Cloth Halls also comprise the In Flanders Fields Museum, the Research Centre of the Ypres Museums, the Tourist information, and the regional visitors centre. That means that our Cloth Halls are actually one large museum building. Definitely worth a visit! 




1 april > 15 november : every day from 10 am to 6 pm*


16 november > 31 maart : from tuesday tot sunday froml 10 am to 5 pm*
Closed on mondays


* Ticketsale stops 1 hour before closing time


Yearly closing period: 2 last weeks of January




Individual visitors


Adults: 7 euro 


Youth (19-25j): 4 euro


Children (7-18j): 3,50 euro


Children (-7j): gratis


Families (2 adults + 3 children <18) :15 euro


Groups (after reservation - minimum 15 pers)


Mixed groups : 5 euro


Schools/youth : 3 euro


Individual combi-ticket (Yper Museum & In Flanders fields Museum)


Adults : 13 euro


Youth (19-25j) :  8 euro


Children (7-18j) : 6 euro


Children (-7j) :  free


Families (2 adults + 3 children <18) : 30 euro


Group combi-ticket(Yper Museum & In Flanders fields Museum)


Mixed groups : 10 euro


Schools/youth: 6 euro


Book your visit online or reservaties.musea@ieper.be