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Pegasus Bridge

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Pegasus Bridge

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BigDave146 wrote a review Sep 2020
Warfield, United Kingdom27 contributions57 helpful votes
What an amazing place. So much history from WW2 here. The museum is really good, and you can see the landing places of the Horsa Gliders over the road in the fields. You HAVE to visit.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Survivory wrote a review Aug 2020
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg815 contributions189 helpful votes
The bonus after you have visited the museum is that you get to cross on the new Pegasus Bridge. The bridge in itself is perhaps nothing to see, but when you have learned more about the story you do realise what an impact securing this bridge had on the success of the D-Day. It is absolutely worth to stop and walk across the bridge and to see the big stones that marks where the gliders landed, that is really amazing.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Stefan C wrote a review Jul 2020
Limoges, France121 contributions14 helpful votes
The replacement bridge, wow what an area of history, had to go and watch the longest day film again. Lucky to be there when the bridge opened too.Very well laid out memorial to the brave few.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Russell J wrote a review Jul 2020
London, United Kingdom156 contributions66 helpful votes
This was somewhere I had wanted to visit as the Oxs & Bucks Light Infantry secured it on D-Day and I served in a descendent Regiment, The Royal Green Jackets. Its a busy road over the Bridge but I was lucky enough to be there when it was raised. I also had a coffee in Cafe Gondree and the owner, Madam eGondree couldn't have been more welcoming and she recognised my cap badge on my t-shirt immediately.She offered me a free coffee as she does with all veterans of the Regiment but i chose to pay for it. Definitely worth the trip and I will go again when I have a little more time
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Date of experience: July 2020
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dei travels wrote a review Apr 2020
Orillia, Canada138 contributions6 helpful votes
This was a huge moment in history. The Pegasus museum gives you a lot of in site. Plus there is lots of signage in English. Many monuments surrounding the Bridge on the river banks. Walk in the grounds to not miss all the monuments. There are many restaurant by the river. Plus a great bicycle path to other towns with history to explore.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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