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    Visit: Arromanches 360 Circular Cinema, Chemin du Calvaire, 14117 Arromanches-les-Bains France

    Located on the clifftops of Arromanches-Les-Bains, the Arromanches 360° Circular cinema dominates the remnants of one of the two artificial Mulberry harbours set up by the Allies. With this admission ticket, relive the Battle of Normandy through previously unseen footage gathered from various countries' funds (such as Canada, the United States, Germany, England and France), in the 19 minutes' long film ' Normandy's 100 Days'. Watch the film on the Circular Cinema's 9 screens and in High Definition for a completely immersive experience. 

    Conceived by the Caen Mémorial Museum at the request of the Normandy Region, 'Normandy's 100 Days' was co-directed by the authors of the television documentary series 'Apocalypse, the Second World War' and is a tribute to the men of all nations who fell and to the 20,000 civilians killed during the liberation of Western Europe that gave rise to so much hope.
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    Important Information
    Departure Point
    GPS N 49° 20' 19.075" - O 00° 37' 4.123"
    y car: coming from Paris on the A13 or from Rennes on the A84, take Northbound ringroad, exit n°7
    By bus: n°2 from the town centre

    Parking:
    Car park of 500 parking spaces (€3) is at your disposal.
    Parking is located 150m away from the cinema, near the orientation table.
    Duration
    19m
    Inclusions
    • Entry/Admission - Arromanches 360 Circular Cinema
    Exclusions
    • Hotel pickup and drop-off
    • Parking fee (3
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    Additional Info
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Wheelchair accessible.
    • The reduced rate is available for Children aged 10 up to 18 ; Over 60s ; Soldiers.
    • Free for Children aged 0-9 and War Veterans
    • A valid form of ID is required for the reduced rate.
    • Children must be accompanied by an adult.
    • The film is shown on the hour and at half past every hour and lasts 19 minutes. Opening times:
    • Stroller accessible
    • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
    • Most travelers can participate
    • 2-4 January and 28 January to 31 March 2020 : 10am-5pm (every day)
    • 1 to 30 April 2020: 10am-6pm (every day)
    • 1 May to 31 August 2020: 9.30am-6pm (every day)
    • 1 to 30 September 2020: 10am-6pm (every day)
    • 1 October to 31 December: 10am-5pm
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 9 travelers
    Cancellation Policy
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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    Big museum that covers the road to WW2, WW2, the Normandy landings, the Cold War, and Berlin during the Cold War. You can al sado visit the underground German bunker on which the museum is built. Too much to take in all in one visit. Also, lots of reading in small font size.
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    If you want to only see one 'WW2' battle film; go to this one. Having been numerous times with school parties, it is a different view every time now I go. You can spend your time watching just a few screens, or rotate your head and watch all around. Some new sequences inserted
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    An outstanding show giving a very sensory experience of the Battle of Normandy. Sculptures outside are an extremely moving depiction of the D-Day landings.
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    Although I was fortunate enough to have been born 10 years after those dark moments of history, the rest of the family and I were highly impacted by this tremendous cinematic experience. An absolute must for anyone even remotely interested in mid 20th century history and the
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    No traffic control. Took taxi from Bayeux to Arromaches. Traffic backed up 2-3 miles from dirt parking lot. Took over an hour to get to cinema. Movie is only 20 min and not a methodically narrative. Film restoration amazing.
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    About the operator
    By: Memorial de Caen
    4,332 reviews
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    896jemj
    Leighton Buzzard, United Kingdom
    20746
    Fascinating
    This is a must see if you're in Caen, well presented, very informative and interesting. The staff speak good
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    jamessL8911GW
    10
    Fantastic Experience
    Our guide, Rosiue "Rozina" was outstanding. Her depth of historical knowledge, and excellent grasp of the
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    Steve C
    1913
    Unbeatable - thank you Rosine!
    Travelled with my father from Portsmouth to Caen for an unforgettable weekend trip to see some of the WW2 sites.
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    JW209
    Hudson, Massachusetts
    13251
    Moving
    The most impressive demonstration of the era that I have ever seen. If you are coming to Normandy for WWII stuff,
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    Arleneeric
    Toronto, Canada
    5923
    Definitely a moving tribute to the brave soldiers who lost their lives at Juno Beach.
    Exceptionally emotional exhibits on display at the museum illustrating the courage and fortitude it must've taken
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    PeterHa1
    Mahwah, New Jersey
    19436
    Well done
    Thorough narrative of what happened during World War II. Plenty of exhibits written in English so you're able to
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    ntflady
    San Marcos, California
    630152
    Very Interesting
    I'm not really into war and war memorials but was on a tour of the area and the memorial was part of the tour. I
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    MichaelMc777
    Sunnyvale, California
    639273
    The museum is exceptional!!
    The museum is impressive in size. It has a well presented and large collection of WWII artifacts. The museum
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    SG_JCB
    21
    Great place!
    What an amazing place! We started our 4-day trip across the Normandy ‘D-Day’ sites in Caen and at this museum.
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    hjhoosier
    San Antonio, Texas
    18574
    Wow! World War II Extensively Documented!
    Absolutely one of the highlights of the day trip here in Caen. Goes through a complete timeline of the war in
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    rattenpakker
    Roeselare, Belgium
    508153
    The start of your Normandy visit!
    As many reviews state: start with a visit to this museum on your tour along the many WW II sights in Normandy. You
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    James I
    New York City, New York
    549238
    D Day Museum
    I would have liked to have more time here but I was on a day trip from Paris so had to move quickly and skip
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    IndySwimRun
    Richmond, Indiana
    22062
    Plan a full half-day
    The Caen War Memorial was incredibly well-organized and very informative. In order to really feel that you've
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    LBGansfam
    Newton, Massachusetts
    12346
    An excellent museum, and a powerful way to provide context in advance of a visit to the beaches
    The Museum was our first stop on our way to Utah Beach, Saint Mere Eglise, Arromanches, Omaha and Pointe Du Hoc.
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    maria k
    Miami, Florida
    4716
    A Must Before You Tour D Day Beaches
    A friend had told us to go to the museum for an hour or two before we were going with Mathias Leclere for our tour
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