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Musee D-Day Omaha, Vierville-sur-Mer

(3.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
This museum is devoted to the landing on Omaha Beach. You can see various equipment on display including vehicles, weapons, radios, and engineer equipment. Make Musee D-Day Omaha a part of your Vierville-sur-Mer vacation plans using our Vierville-sur-Mer vacation route planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Great discovery for this Museum, which collects a private collection. Without help from the region, I commended the owners
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  • This museum is outstanding out of a title! has each of my visits I projected in the past! There are a lot of German, American military equipment of the RAF and the Luftwaffe, but also of many parts which bear witness to the life of the French population under occupation. This museum is super welcoming and lovely staff. It has a real landing craft that made the D-day! Children also find their happiness with the presence of big guns or tanks, and in addition they organize historical camps (my children were able to take a ride on a small tank in June 2016 with even a small German camp!) a watch again and again
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  • This is a small museum & when I first when in I thought that I had wasted my money even though I got a 1 Euro discount from the 5 Euro admission fee because I was retired military. This place is jamme...  more »
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  • Great museum! Packed with real equipment as a museum should be. No IMAX, charts and plaques that I can see at home. The real deal! Edit: We visited again in 5/2016 Still great!
  • + all the things there are real. - they do not care about things and they are in very bad conditions. It is sad to see, how things fall apart.
  • Imagine yourself into that bunker having hit by shell.
  • Not a museum, but a junk yard. Worth a quick look outside (be careful, specially with kids, lots of sharp rusty bits) but don't go in! Inside is packed with 'things', mostly broken rusty bits, mostly irrelevant. Expensive for what is on display. They are obviously trying - badly - to cash in on the D-Day mania. The word from the locals is that they survive on the good name of the other local museum, Overlord Museum, and that they are in trouble with the local authorities.
  • Beautiful + verry accessible remains of Mulberry A, Saint-Laurent-sur-mer (Omaha beach); lane from Museum to the beach.