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This museum covers the entire WWII experience. Great displays and modern rooms. One of the best videos is the side by side battle prep, so you can see multiple perspectives. Lovely gardens and good restaurant. Easy to find and free parking.
We spent 7 days in Normandy and visited many of the beaches and several of the museums (7 or 8). This is by far the best. It is very large and will take about 4 hours. If you only have time for one museum, then...More
The museum is extraordinarily rich, modern, full of interesting explanations. Consider thus that its visit takes 4 hours. The ticket is valid 24 h and allows you to complete the visit the day after.
The first section tells about the post-WW1, 1914-18, and the reasons...More
We visited this museum as part of our Vantage river cruise in mid-June 2018. This museum is dedicated to peach and was built on the site of an old bunker. It was inaugurated on June 6, 1988 (the 44th anniversary of D-Day) and is regarded...More
We visited with 2 teenage boys and both were captivated throughout the visit. Prepare to easily spend 4 or 5 hours here; there is so much to see and hear. The German Bunker and the American and Canadian gardens were a highlight along with the...More
This museum was excellent! The tutorials were well done and presented. Sometimes, however, there was confusion with the handheld tutorials and the visual displays, especially if it is crowed with tourists. However, it was truly an educational experience that I would recommend to anyone interested...More
We took some friends when we had a long wait for a ferry. It was cheaper for older folks and despite being world war 2 buffs our friends had never been. We had 3 hours before closing and that was nothing like enough time. They...More
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we have visited many times over the past 15 years and never had a problem seeing any of the exhibits or the films. clearly during French school holidays it can be exceptionally busy but it is an essential visit because of... More
we have visited many times over the past 15 years and never had a problem seeing any of the exhibits or the films. clearly during French school holidays it can be exceptionally busy but it is an essential visit because of the overall qhality of the visit.