Wow ! a great if small Museum. we loved it. The models are superb and the small cinema was excellent.
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First museum visit of our week in Normandy : what a disappointment (thankfully everywhere else we went was much better). The museum is very small and even with just the one coachload in being given a guided tour, some of the exhibits were "blocked" off...More
The small village of Arromanche is worth visiting if you are a student of WW II. The Invasion Museum has some nice exhibits and a short film of the Invasion. Walking the beach you can still see several sections of the artificial harbor up close....More
One truly gets an appreciation of the complex engineering and logistics behind the D-Day invasion by learning how the mulberries (artificial ports) were constructed. The dioramas were very well constructed (the video is a bit old--1970s style) and the small museum has many interesting artifacts...More
There is a 15 minute English movie that's worth seeing. Ask for the times before going in. Short slide show that is also worth seeing. The main display is good for showing the Mulberry harbour as it was in June 1944. Nothing tells you names...More
This museum is located in the center of town right on the beach. The displays are very well laid out and the presentations are very well done. We on a tour here so we spent only an hour. If you are a WWII aficionado you...More
This museum is packed! and a little challenge to move through but worth it...the history of the invasion is repeated but the emphasis is on the Mulberries... love the simulation in the large tank of water... where a docent explains how the individual Mulberries were...More
We visited this after doing the exceptional museum in Bayeux and found much of it quite repetitive with what we had already seen. That said it had particular focus on the Mulberry harbour and had a good film show. An hour here should be enough.