Have you always wondered what Flemish life was like during the Great War of 1914 – 1918? You can now experience this yourself at the Belevingscentrum ’14 – ’18 in Tildonk. Set in an old monastery that was occupied by the Germans during the war, the centre lets you relive history through unique photo and video material, fascinating anecdotes, and even by hearing from actors who have stepped into the shoes of everyday people during the war. They will tell you all about the infamous war years. During your visit to the Belevingscentrum ’14 – ’18, you will truly feel what life was like during the war years. “We explicitly do not call ourselves a museum,” begins Ragna Van Den Bergh, representative at the province of Flemish Brabant. “Instead of exclusively displaying works to visitors, the centre puts them in the shoes of everyday people during the war.”