Accessible for people with reduced mobility
Openings Hours :
Every day from 10 am to 12.30 pm and 1.30 pm to 6 pm
Exceptional closure at 4.00pm on 24th and 31st December. Closed on 25th December, and from 1st to 20th January 2023 included.
The visits are always guided audio-guided.
Reservation highly recommended
Call the Arras Tourist Office (03 21 51 26 95) or consult this website
in order to book your tour www.arraspaysdartois.com
Online ticketing : click here
Prices 2023 :
Online ticket: click here
Means of payment:
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Keep on your journey through the history of the WW1 in Artois Region.
Rue Arthur Delétoille, ARRAS • Tél +33 (0)3 21 51 26 95 • Fax +33 (0)3 21 71 07 34
firstname.lastname@example.org • www.carrierewellington.com
Access and parking area
By car or by bus:
GPS coordinates : 50° 16’ 50.502’’ N, 2° 46’ 56.7588’’ E
From Paris (A1): exit 15, Arras / Follow D939 / Enter Arras and follow the directions "Carrière Wellington"
From Lille (A1): exit 16, Arras-Centre / Follow D917 / Enter Arras and follow the directions "Carrière Wellington"
From Calais (A26): exit 7, Arras-Centre / Follow N17 - Take D917 near Arras / Enter Arras and follow the directions "Carrière Wellington"
Once in Arras, just follow the directions “Carrière Wellington”.
Free parking, car and bus.
Arras station at 1km
By urban bus Artis:
Line 7 stop Jean Jaurès / Line 4 stop Rex
The Wellington tunnels shop offers a selection of WW1 books, as well as postcards and by-products.
Wifi public on site
Thanks to the Arras City Passes, discover the Wellington Tunnels and the other must-see attractions of Arras at a reduced price
Picnic area on site
No dogs are allowed
The temperature down the tunnels is of 11°C all year round. It is important to wear warm clothing.