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DDay landing Beaches

Centre Juno Beach

On the Very beach where canadians disembarked in june 1944, discover the role held by Canada in WW2. Follow a Guided visit of the beaches and bunkers by a young Canadian guide. Museum accessible by young public, with an adapted route.


Voie des Français Libres, BP 104
14470 Courseulles-sur-Mer, France


02 31 37 32 17

American Cemetary

American Cemetery of 71 hectares, looking down on Ohama Beach. It gathers the tombs of 9 387 soldiers fallen during the Normandy Campaign. The Chapel, the Memorial and the Garden of the Fallen, honour their memory.

Point of Hoc

Assaulted on the morning of the 6th of june 1944 by Colonel Rudder’s 2nd battalion of rangers, the Point of Hoc is a strategic location of German fortifications of the Norman Coast. This site harbour the remains of the artillery battle.

Mémorial de Caen

Caen’s Memorial is a museum located in Caen, dedicated to the 20th century, whose whole theme is centered on Peace.


Esplanade Général Eisenhower
14050 Caen


02 31 06 06 44

Musée America Gold Beach


2 Place de l'Amiral Byrd
14114 Ver-sur-Mer


02 31 22 58 58

Omaha Beach Museum

Museum on the very site of Omaha Beach, the 1200m² Museum display a large collection of personal objects, vehicles, uniforms and weapons. Numerous scenes, superb photo-archives, cards, thematic panels, and a film, completed by interviews of American veterans, telling us about D-day from its making to its success. Thanks to its chronological route, dive in the History of D-day !


Avenue de la Libération
14710 Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer


02 31 21 97 44

Overlord Museum à Colleville-sur-Mer


Lotissement Omaha Center
14710 Colleville-sur-Mer


02 31 22 00 55

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