D-Day GB / CAN

The landing beaches

The artificial harbor:

The artificial port located at Arromanches les Bains is a prefabricated port built after the landing to supply the Allies with armaments and ammunition. You will be able to discover the remains on the beach of Arromanches.You will also find on the heights of Arromanches a 360 ° Circular Cinema which will immerse you in the heart of the Battle of Normandy as well as the Landing Museum located in front of the remains of the artificial port .

The Juno Beach Center:

The Juno Beach Center located in Courseulles sur Mer on Juno Beach where the Canadians landed on D-Day, presents the role played by Canada during the Second World War.

The Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy:

Located in Bayeux, it traces all the military operations that took place over the months on Norman soil during the summer of 1944. You will also find in Bayeux a Memorial for reporters to keep in mind their work during and after the landing..

Pegasus Bridge:

The Pegasus Bridge is located in Bénouville. Named in honor of the British paratroopers whose winged horse Pegasus was emblematic. The original was replaced by a slightly longer bridge in 1994 but we can still see the original at the Aspeg Pegasus Bridge & Battery Museum in Merville located between the canal and the Orne.