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Dive into the hearth of the D Day story... Located on Omaha Beach itself, the 1200m² museum showcases a wonderful collection of personal objects, vehicles, uniforms and weapons. Dioramas, archival photographs, maps and thematic signs, as well as a...more
Hours Today: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Avenue de la Liberation, 14710 Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer, France
All reviews omaha beach short movie small items numerous exhibits movie clips well worth the entrance fee excellent film great displays worth a visit interesting artifacts on display military vehicles brought home second world war nice video world history american cemetery
This tour was on my bucket list. This museum shows how the allies built the breakwater and harbor to bring the unimaginable amount of war material to our troops as they foung their way inland. It was an amazing task!
As a member of the American Field Service scholarship program, we are linked to the American volunteers who drove ambulances to the front to help wounded soldiers in both World Wars. This Memorial is part of that legacy. These are the beaches where many soldiers,...More
Although this place isn't massive it is very well stocked with artefacts found from the war. There is plenty to see and it is all in english and french. There is a very interesting video at the end of the tour which is in english...More
Relatively small free car park but plenty on the roadside and only a short walk from big parking near the beach. Couple of big items outside and a beachcraft in the windows.
Museum consists of many small exhibit display cases and posed model scenes.
Seems as if ALL the sites in this area have a museum! Just so many of them. Free car park and lots of spaces here. Walked on the beach and imagined what occurred here. Had some extra time so we did the museum. It has...More
Plenty of artefacts from the landings with plenty of photographs I had not seen before. The beach is well worth a visit to realise just how immense the landing would have been to cover the beach end to end