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A very good museum with excellent exhibits and lots of very cool military vehicles. They are well preserved and with plenty of information on them. A visual museum and probably the best one we visited.
This is a new museum to us, having been built since our last visit to Normandy. It's absolutely fabulous with some wonderful dioramas giving a great insight into the events of D-Day and the whole Overlord operation. Well worth a visit.
Bloody Omaha, this is a superb tribute to the fallen of the Overlord operation. The exhibits are wonderfully displayed, with simple, yet informative, boards. It tells the overall story of the D-Day landings and the subsequent battle,
Visiting this museum gives you a good impression of thr military equipment on both sides in Normandy.
Manequins in military dress near the real tanks give a good idea of the way soldiers act.
One can enter for € 7,50 per visitor.
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Visited here after reading reviews and passing by some other places that didn't look that inviting.
This museum is relatively new and contains a number of D-day memorabilia and equipment collected by a dedicated individual.
The entry fee was around €23 for three of us...More
We went to the museum as a part of a shore excursion. The museum had a lot of displays of WWII equipment and information about the invasion. The museum was good, but we didn't have enough time to thoroughly explore the museum.
This tour was amazing, it was an all day tour. We took a train from Paris to Bayex, then had a van to drive us around to all the top locations from D-day events. Our tour guide was fantastic and very accommodating.
I was not expecting the six armies present in Normandy to be represented here. It gave me quite a jolt to see the German uniforms and memorabilia. Beautifully put together exhibits all very well labelled and described.
Like many visitors I am sure, we walked...More
This exhibit is new and briefly tells the story of the build up to the war and the occupation of France.
You then enter the main exhibit. Using old photographs as basis for the different scenes, it tells the fantastic story of the mainly US...More