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Great museum and memorial for the British paratroopers that took and held this key bridge during the d-day assault. Very well done and well maintained. Very interesting for any WW2 history buff/historian.
This was probably the most interesting D-Day related museum we visited on a short hop over to Normandy. I knew the outline of the story from distant memories as a boy of old TV documentaries and films, but it was really eye-opening to see both...More
Fabulous museum and visitor centre. Pauline's talk and tour were the highlight of our tour of the Normandy Beaches. She brought the whole thing to life and her anecdotes of talks with veterans were so poignant. Very well done.
Lots of interesting exhibits and stories about the heroes behind the Pegasus bridge taking. Take your time to walk round and enjoy. Done in about an hour and half but good value. Avoid Cafe Gondree by the bridge which we found to be a rip...More
It is a must see on the D-Day experience. We came straight off the ferry and headed straight for the bridge and the memorial museum. The bridge and the cafe are an immediate attraction and first point of call. The museum both inside and out,...More
This site will help you understand the stunning efforts of the small group of Allied soldiers who captured this, the first site in France liberated on the night of 5/6 June 1944. Take note of how big the Horsa glider replica is and imagine putting...More
Excellent and knowledgeable staff contribute greatly to an informative and moving memorial to some very brave people. The exhibits/displays are sympathetically and poignantly presented. I was also impressed with the range of items in the shop - including a good selection of books.