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It’s been about 15 years since we visited here and there’s now a new visitor centre which is quite superb. It tells the story of these remarkable heroes brilliantly. The whole experience is incredibly moving and should be a must visit for every European and...More
We visited on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. The Cemetery is extremely moving. There are thousands of young men buried here that paid the ultimate price for our freedom. They are from every State of the Union. Most died in June, July and August of 1944....More
My top priority was to see and view the cemetery itself. The free parking lot, the cemetery and this visitor center do close at 5 or 6 p.m. depending on the time of year.
After viewing the cemetery and experiencing the Taps ceremony at the...More
It was hard for me to imagine what 10,000 war graves would look like to the human eye, when I look I was totally overwhelmed and overcome you could see the white crosses as far as the eye could see you n every direction you...More
We hadn't expected this, but looked at it all. Very well presented information about the background and build-up to the D-Day events and subsequent conflict. Interesting artifacts on display. To hear the names of those who died -very moving!. An infinity pool looking out to...More
The Visitor Centre is a magnificent addition to a wonderful attraction, if a cemetery can be described as an attraction. Full of great information about the individuals buried here and the overall Overlord operation
I visited the cemetery on D-day tour and it was by far my favorite stop. It had the most emotional effects on the tour seeing how many missing in action there was. It is a must see for anyone who has interest in WW2 history...More
This wasn't the first time I visited the Colleville-sur-Mer cemetery, I always pay my respect when I'm in Normandy to the young soldiers who paid with their lives for our freedom.
The visitor centre is new, as are the bored guards who seem to be...More