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Located in the Parc Naturel Régional des Marais du Cotentin et du Bessin, the "Madeleine" beach went into history a Tuesday of June 1944. 75 years after, the Utah Beach Landing Museum invites you to walk along paths of our liberators.
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Amongst quite a few museums in the are, this is well worth a visit. Well set out in chronological order covering the occupation, D day and then the push inland. Loads of info and exhibits including the headline items such as the bomber, landing craft,...More
Museum has a great collection of memorabilia and detailed history of the operation at Utah.
The forces here did not face quite the same challenges as on Omaha, nonetheless it is also an impressive feat.
You need about half a day to explore this museum. There is a lot of information and exhibits to get through, including the impressive display of a fighter bomber in a purpose built hangar. The museum focusses on the American invasion of Utah beach and...More
This is a decent museum located right on Utah Beach.
The exhibitions are fine, but don’t necessarily follow a logical order. There was a lot of reading and some interesting objects. The film was OK.
In comparison with the Airborne Museum or the Caen Memorial,...More
Moving account of the events of D Day landings.
Very busy as it was French holiday season, but numbers were well managed.
We visited the beach as well, which seemed popular despite the astonishing number of flies!!!
Utah beach museum has a nice, extensive collection of items and well laid out displays. Nice movie detailing what happened on Utah beach and afterwards. You can log into the free wifi to see an explanation of the displays and dubbing of the movie in...More
After visiting Utah beach a number of times we finally managed to go into the museum. The day we visited was wet and very windy and as such the museum was quite busy. It took us around 15 minutes to buy a ticket and enter...More
We went here as part of our bus tour in Normandy. Toured beach and bunker sites, then museum. This museum is excellent in every way! Loved how it's set up, the B26 Marauder plane was truly spectacular ! There is a great film here, lots...More
Hello I don't speak Italian but if you are asking if you can book online I have no idea. I know that you won't be refused admission if you just turn up so booking is not required. Just check beforehand the hours of opening... More
Hello I don't speak Italian but if you are asking if you can book online I have no idea. I know that you won't be refused admission if you just turn up so booking is not required. Just check beforehand the hours of opening. Enjoy