Arrived before 9am and was one of 6 people at the memorial and sculptural at the beach. Taking in the scenery and imagining the contrast to it on D-Day.
About Omaha Beach
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to understand what happened there and the logistics involved is beyond words, you have to be there to explain what your mind sees
A very touching place to experience a piece of World War II history. Could be very upsetting for those who have relatives who served in France.
Very interesting to see the beach much as it was before the Germans fortified it in preparation for the Allied invasion, with people out having fun in the sun. All tour guides aren't the same, and ours was excellent, pointing out the things you don't...More
Its historic location that every one should visit just to honor all the soldiers who died in europe. Its a beautiful place to visit with a lot of historic monuments bunkers etc.
Don't get me wrong we had a lovely time on the beach, we felt very touched by the history of what happened 73 years ago. The monument is spectacular and without a doubt a must visit place for those interested in the history. I was...More
We came by Omaha beach during a day tour, but then came back the next day at 6:30 AM, the time D day landings began on June 6. It was an amazing and humbling experience. The beach was completely deserted, which allowed us to better...More
If possible, have a tour guide take you through this area to see old German bunkers, the beaches, and review the history with you. Hearing the story retold and standing in these historic places was an amazing experience. I know the history but felt like...More