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Situated near the British Military Cemetery of Bayeux, the Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy narrates the battles which took place in Normandy after the D-Day landings, between 7th June and 29th August 1944. The collections of military...more
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A great place to see for the history of all the battles that occurred in the Bayeux area during World War 2. In addition they have lots of military equipment that kids from 4-18 will love to see and appreciate. Lastly for the consumer, you...More
This museum is very informative and has lots on display. It covers the wider Normandy campaign from boths sides and not just D-Day alone.
The museum is large with a small cinema and good exhibits.
You can buy joint museum and tapestry tickets at the...More
I am glad that we took the time to walk to the edge of town and visit this museum as it was very informative and gives a balanced view of the battle of Normandy. There is a very good, short film and much equipment and...More
Not mentioned in the same breath as the high profile Normandy museums like the Utah Beach Museum or the American Cemetery Museum, but if you are in Bayeux, this is worth a stop. A really nice display of military equipment from the Normandy campaign era....More
I found the film in English summed up the museum well . It’s about 25 minutes long and has much interesting detail .
There are tanks and ammunition in the museum and overall you get a clear pictures of what happened on the D Day...More
The museum of the Battle of Normandy in Bayeux is the best of it’s kind in France. It gives an outstanding overview of the battle, highlights the generals of both sides, and has lots of easy to read maps. There are also many artifacts of...More
There's relatively little in this museum that would encourage a special trip to visit it, but it's worth a visit if you're in Bayeux; particularly as the price of a Tapestry/Gerard/Battle ticket is good value.
The film that is shown is well balanced and informative.
This was one of our three-museum ticket (also tapestry and MAHB) museums, and this proved an excellent preparation for our later visit to the Normandy beaches. We learned a lot about the German occupation of this part of France, from the photos etc and from...More