Accessible for people with reduced mobility

Opening Hours

From Wednesday to Friday: Closed in the morning. From to 6pm

From Saturday to Sunday : From 9.45 am to 12.30 pm. From to 6pm.

Exceptional closure at 4.00pm on 24th and 31st December.
Closed 25th December, 1st January and from 4th January to 22th January 2021 included. 

The tour

The visits are always private and accompanied by a guide. 


Duration: 1h


Call the Arras Tourist Office (03 21 51 26 95) or consult this page ( in order to know the timetable for the daily  departures.

Online ticketing : click here




Prices 2020 :

From 26€

Online ticket: click here

Means of payment:

Tips : 

- The Pass'Musée 14-18

Sixteen sites located on the front line during the World War I, from Belgium to the Chemin des Dames that trace the history of this conflict.

To take advantage of the Pass and its reduced fares, visit one of the eleven museums (upon purchase of a ticket at the full rate).

More information: click here

- The City Pass Battle of Arras

It includes the guided tour of the Wellington Tunnels and admission to the Jean et Denise Letaille – Bullecourt 1917 Museum.
Full price: €9.20 Concessionary price (12 to 18s): €5.10.

Find all our City Passes in the TIPS section of the Arras Tourist Office website: click here

flyer Well167.jpg


Download our brochure and organise your stay!

click here


Keep on your journey through the history of the WW1 in Artois Region.

click here

Rue Arthur Delétoille, ARRAS • Tél +33 (0)3 21 51 26 95 • Fax +33 (0)3 21 71 07 34 •

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.


By train:

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

Online Ticketing

click here

The temperature down the tunnels is of 11°C all year round. It is important to wear warm clothing.