Built on the very spot where the American troops landed on June 6, 1944 in Normandy in the department of La Manche, the Utah Beach Museum tells in ten sequences the events of D-Day, from its preparation to its success.e of Utah Beach tells in ten sequences the events of D-Day, from its preparation to its outcome and success.
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La Madeleine Sainte-Marie-du-Mont 50480 France
Thanks to this complete chronological tour, plunge into the history of the D-Day landings and discover a collection rich in objects, vehicles, equipment and testimonies.
Admire an authentic B26 bomber, an exceptional aircraft of which there are only a few left in the world, and relive the epic of the American soldiers through the film "The Beach of Victory", awarded the CINE GOLDEN AWARD for documentary film in 2012 and the Special Jury Prize in 2013.
When you leave the site, you will not only have understood the strategic choice and the reasons for success at Utah Beach but you will also have contributed to the preservation and transmission of the memory of these extraordinary men.
Open from October to May, every day from 10am to 6pm. From June to September, every day from 9:30 am to 7 pm. Closing time: 1 hour before. Closed from December 1st to 25th and from December 31st to January 1st. Duration of visit: 1h30 minimum.