Our family enjoyed very much the center which gives a strong experience of how it was on the D-Day and proposes bunkers' visit with some Canadian guides speaking either English of French (all the museums information is in both languages). The exhibition for the youngsters on 'how the life was at that time' is very attractive, even for the big ones. Also I discovered a lot on the Canada history and evolution since that time. I warmly recommand this museum.
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