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The Pegasus Bridge was a crucial bridge for the Allies to capture and prevent the Germans from destroying it. On the 6th of June 1944, the bridge on the Caen canal in Normandy was so vital British and Canadian troops were sent ahead of the...More
No visit to D Day sites would be complete without a visit to this bridge and the bridge that is part of the nearby Pegasus Memorial. The museum tells the story of the British paratroopers and commandos who seized and held these bridges and secured...More
There are many many museums on the Normandy coast and this has to be the best. It’s full of history and artifacts on the pivotal day in history of the twentieth century. Those brave souls changed the outcome of the Second World War.
We have visited this site a number of times over the years and never get tired of the visits. A great museum about a fantastic and successful operation. Highly Recommended.
Marius D Coulon TD
RIFLES City Colonel for Birmingham
Swift and Bold
We had been before but decided to visit again. Not much has changed thankfully, still a moving experience. The Cafe is still going strong selling souvenirs (just don’t take photos). We also walked down to the museum which had changed a bit, much bigger and...More
More than just a bridge spanning the Canal from Caen to the Sea, Pegasus Bridge is literally where the D Day campaign and Operation Overlord began. It's a working lift bridge just a 5-minute walk from the Pegasus Bridge Memorial which is also very worth...More
Didn't have time on our previous trip to the DDay beachesto visit Pegasus Bridge, but this time we planned it better. And how pleased we did.
Hiring a car in Caen meant we had to pass Pegasus Bridge when travelling too and fro to Ouistreham....More