Arras Memorial is located in the Faubourg d'Amiens British Cemetery. The memorial is accessible to the public daily and is open at all hours.
From 1 to 15 February 2018 the addenda panels 5 and 6 of the memorial will be replaced. These panels will not be accessible during this period.
The Arras Memorial is in the Faubourg-d'Amiens Cemetery, which is in the Boulevard du General de Gaulle in the western part of the town of Arras. The cemetery is near the Citadel, approximately 2 kms due west of the railway station. The GPS coordinates for the cemetery are 50.28670, 2.76057
Wheelchair access is possible via a gate in the boundary wall at the rear of Faubourg-d'Amiens Cemetery.
There is an allocated parking area at the memorial and also a large public car park opposite the memorial. Please note the large car park has a height restriction.
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