The battlefields of two World Wars are largely gone, but our graves, cemeteries and memorials remain as deeply moving reminders of the events that took place there. Visit one of these incredible sites or take a trip to one of our Visitor Centres and discover more about the role of the Commission.
Find Cemeteries and Memorials
Find 23,000 war memorials and war cemeteries from around the world with the help of our search database. Search by location, war and number of casualties to research and visit our commemorative sites. We also have our CWGC app allowing you to search for individual graves at more than 23,000 locations, in more than 150 countries and territories making it easy to find and visit these places of remembrance.
What's happening near me?
CWGC runs a programme of events, talks and tours, telling the stories of the fallen and the work we do ensuring they are not forgotten. Often these take place at our war cemeteries and memorials. We can also organise large group or school tours. Find out about our current programme of talks, tours and events on the following link.
From iconic memorials to your local churchyard, there is unique heritage to explore across Great Britain. No matter where you live, there will be a Commonwealth war grave or memorial near you.Explore CWGC across Great Britain
We’re opening our doors to you at cemeteries and memorials across Great Britain, Belgium, and France. See behind the scenes access like never before, with talks, tours, demonstrations, and activities.Heritage open days
The CWGC Visitor Centre is a unique new visitor attraction that shines a light on the work of the remarkable organisation at the heart of remembrance of the war dead.The CWGC Visitor Centre
The CWGC Ieper Information Centre is located in the town of Ieper, West Flanders, an area that saw intense fighting throughout the First World War. We’re based only metres from the Menin Gate.Visit the CWGC in Ieper
Search for sites to visit and learn more about the French memorials commemorating the men and women of the Commonwealth who died during the first and second world wars.Find cemeteries and memorials in France
Known as the Nurse of the Mediterranean, Malta played an important role during both world wars. Today tourists visit Malta to sample the unparalleled culture, scenery and history of the island.Visit Malta
Discover a range of gifts for the history enthusiast in your life.Visit our gift shop
More than half of the names commemorated by the CWGC can be found on our Memorials to the Missing. Discover more about these iconic memorials found around the world.WW1 Memorials to the Missing
On the western coast of the Isle of Islay, this cemetery is one of the most remote in the UK.Virtually visit Kilchoman Military Cemetery
The inspirational stories of women from across the Commonwealth who fought during both World Wars.Remembering the women who gave their all during the two world wars