I am trying to determine if we should visit a WW II-based museum as part of a three-night visit to Normandy next June. As part of our trip, we will take a day-long tour of the American beaches and surrounding outdoor sights with a private tour guide. Is there a recommended museum that is viewed as a good compliment to such a tour that we should visit the following day? Would a trip to one of the D-Day museums scattered throughout the area be worthwhile or redundant? Is any one of those museums considered better than the others? I am also considering the Memorial in Caen. While I understand that the Memorial is dedicated more to WW II generally than events in Normandy, I also note that its web site mentions "new museum space" dedicated to D-Day and Normandy (though I can't tell how "new" it is). My initial thought is that a visit to the Memorial the day before our private tour of the beaches might provide good perspective for events in Normandy. But I do not want to visit more than 1 war-related museum in Normandy. Is some other museum considered a can't miss? Any suggestions are most appreciated. Once I put together an itinerary, I look forward to getting your feedback. Many thanks.