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Visited on Sunday, just before We went to our Ferry to return home, had been to the Bridge before, during the Summer, but When We went on Sunday access across the bridge was restricted to one way, and it wasn't our way! Despite wet and...More
There is a brilliant display in the Memorial, especially the film depicting the heroism of the Allied Forces. You can spend a lot of time inside, however, there are two 'piece de resistance'. The actual Pegasus Bridge and the glider used to drop the men...More
Visited with a coach trip so sadly didn’t have as much time as I would have liked here, could easily spend 2-3 hours looking at everything.
Tastefully set up showing the history of the bridge and the significance it took during the invasion.
Having taken a tour round the “attractions “ and cemetery locations,this came as a pleasant surprise.Although the general circumstance evoke emotions and respect for the area,the exhibits available to view enlarge the viewpoints for the entire collection
A must visit to Pegasus Bridge to understand the heroic actions of the soldiers of D-day. The Memorial has been wonderfully looked after, the bridge is still in use today and there is lots of information available.
This is an excellent museum with many artifacts from the D Day landings, with poignant reminders of sacrifices made both local people & troops. There is a large illuminated model of the area highlighted during an introductory talk prior to a film of the assault....More
We've been to this excellent museum before but it is always worth revisiting. There are many exhibits relating to D-Day and the events surrounding it, but the most heart wrenching are the two letters from two brothers to their mother. Neither of them returned home.