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Museum of the Battle of Normandy, Bayeux
Categories: Monuments, Historic Sites, Museums, Tourist Spots
One of the best on the topic, Museum of the Battle of Normandy has a good balance of explanations of the infamous D-Day battle and interesting artifacts both small and large. Outside the museum are four armored vehicles: a Sherman tank, a Crocodile tank trailer, and Marder and M-10 Hellcat tank destroyers. Inside are a self-propelled 105 mm howitzer, a Quad-50 caliber anti-aircraft "meat chopper," a radio truck, a bulldozer, and several other large items. Plan to visit Museum of the Battle of Normandy and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Bayeux attractions using our Bayeux travel itinerary planner.
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Musée très accessible et bien agencé, avec notamment un parcours sur notre histoire après la fin de la 2ème guerre mondiale jusqu'à la chute du mur de Berlin particulièrement intéressant. Tarif de vis... read more »Museum very accessible and well-designed, with including a course on history after the end of the 2nd world war until the fall of the Berlin wall particularly interesting. Unfortunately too high visit rate (adult €19.50)!show original
Très intéressant et pédagogique. A privilégier avec la formule "pass musées" proposée par l'office de tourisme.Very interesting and educational. Favor with the formula "museum pass" proposed by the tourist office.show original
The is a must if you are interested in anything to do with the Normandy Landings,tells the story from the landing at Omaha to the taking of Bayeux and St lo.The British Cemetery is just across the roa... read more »
Excellent museum, lots of interesting material of the war relating to both sides. Was not too large for my 4 and 8yr olds to get too bored before the end.
A good review of the history.
Worth the visit. Across the street there is a commonwealth cemetery. The museum explains very well with a lot of detail how was the DDay and the days after the landing on the beaches.
Some interesting displays about the timeline of the German invasion of France. There's also a video in the main theatre which alternates viewings between English French. Worth buying the twin ticket for entry into the Musée de la Tapisserie de Bayeux for €12
Nice museum which displays some scenes. Much equipment & material. Opening hours are primitive: it opens at 10h and at 12h30 you get kicked out for their 1,5h lunch break. Killer for our planning :-(.
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