There are two separate registers for this site - one for Tyne Cot Cemetery and one for the memorial. The cemetery register can be found in the gatehouse as you enter the cemetery and the memorial register can be found in the left hand rotunda of the memorial as you face the memorial. There is a Visitors Centre at Tyne Cot for both the cemetery and memorial. It is located at the eastern side of the cemetery and memorial. There is free parking at this site.
Teachers with school groups are asked to closely supervise students, particularly at the Cross of Sacrifice.
Tyne Cot Cemetery is located 9 Kms north-east of Ieper town centre, on the Tynecotstraat, a road leading from the Zonnebeekseweg (N332).
There is parking at the visitor centre.
Wheelchair access to this cemetery is possible via an entrance at the rear and is signposted from the car park. For further information regarding wheelchair access, contact our Enquiries Section on 01628 507200.
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