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A recreation of the original bridge captured by the British from the Nazis towards the end of World War II, located on the grounds of the Pegasus Memorial.
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avenue Major John Howard, 14860 Ranville, France
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+33 2 31 78 19 44
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very good museum with personal stories about the bridge capture and what happened on that day and since. Take the guided tour as the guide has many stories from those there on that day and their families. Very moving and also learnt a lot about...More

Thank Vik20
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a fine, and important, museum combining a wonderful narrative, laden with fact, with personal stories of the heroes who captured Pegasus Bridge on the night of 6 June 1944 to launch the liberation of Europe. The displays are tasteful, factually accurate and very...More

Thank Gooddayahead
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Besides Pegasus bridge is the museum with lots of artefacts and storyline of this moment in time . The museum is excellent with a lot to do and see for all ages . The film and museum pieces all well presented . Then head to...More

Thank Jim P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Spend about an hour here, as it was part of the Leger Guided Tour places to visit. We found it interesting and well laid out. You will find the original bridge in the grounds, as not so long age, the canel that it covers was...More

Thank Greg N N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This museum has an excellent exhibit. Very interesting displays of memorabilia, vehicles, photographs and of course the bridge. The film is very moving and worth watching. Could spend a very long time reading everything.

Thank chowso
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A place dedicated to bravery of all concerned. Too many things to say in a few words, visit it yourself and prepare to be amazed.

Thank Dusty9205
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We feel that this is well worth the money. A lovely museum that evoked tears at some parts. A real tribute to the hero's who fought for our liberty. This should be a must for everyone to visit at least once in their lifetime.

Thank hjbridewell
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited the Pegasus Bridge museum on the anniversary of D-Day and it was fantastic. We were very humbled to meet some genuine war heroes, to thank them for their service to our country. The museum itself was amazing, well laid out, very accessible and...More

Thank ltjt2017
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It's hard to believe that anything went totally right on D-Day, but the gliders landed here feet from the bridge, and the soldiers did their jobs as planned. Just seeing the bridge and the well-marked landing site nearby added a level of understanding that the...More

Thank jxx9595
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A most poignant location provided you know your history. As a coup de main it doesn't get more impressive than this. A terrific museum nearby and a chance for coffee and croissants with Arlette Gondree at her cafe.

Thank Rhydian V
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Nelykel
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Response from Paul P | Reviewed this property |
No sorry, been around the area quite a bit and never saw any Lavender
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Response from LewPontypridd | Reviewed this property |
It depends on how interested you are in WW2 but The Bridge and museum are a must as is the Cafe.We had a nice ham roll and coffee there. Also the War cemetery at Ranville. Hope this helps?
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