Musee America Gold Beach, Ver-sur-Mer

#36 of 49 in Museums in Calvados
This museum recounts the 1st airmail flight between the USA and France, together with a retrospective of the D-Day Landing and the British beachhead on Gold Beach. Plan to visit Musee America Gold Beach during your Ver-sur-Mer vacation using our convenient Ver-sur-Mer trip planning tool .
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  • Presentations and remarkable sound. Interesting collections, essential for understanding the landing on Gold beach. The Museum curator, real soul of the places just unfortunately died, and the Tourist Office which provided the opening and sale of books or cards is closed since the fall, in favor of a reorganization to the inland... Too bad for tourists, vacationers, and even the local
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  • Located only 12 mins drive from Arromanches-les-Bains, this very smart & compact museum is most definitely worth a visit. The museum covers 2 topics of interest - firstly the 'America' museum document...  more »
  • The most documented museum about d ekunstmatihee havn of Arromanches, even uniforms and attention to the army units
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  • Expensive to get in, and while the exhibits were good there was not enough inside to justify the cost.
  • Informative little museum part of civic library
  • excellent museum on gold beach landings very informative staff
  • Small but still worth to visit. Nice photos and funny story of this airplane from U.S.A. which landed in to the ocean ;)
  • Small museum but interesting
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