ENJOY A VISIT TO THE OVERLORD MUSEUM OMAHA BEACH WITH YOUR GROUP !
TAKE A HISTORICAL JOURNEY TO THE HEART OF OPERATION OVERLORD, THE GREATEST MILITARY OPERATION OF ALL TIMES.
Ideally situated in the heart of the historical sector of Omaha Beach, close to the American Cemetery - the resting place of several thousands of our liberators - and the D-Day Beaches and only a few kilometres from Arromanches ...
the Overlord Museum Omaha Beach provides many answers with :
Visit our museum; you will take part in passing on the history of Operation Overlord, of the liberation of Europe and the story of men and women who fought for freedom in 1944.
I visited the museum with my 16 year old son. We found it so interesting, it took us almost 2 hours to see everything! There is plenty to read, plenty to see with authentic vehicles and weapons, fantastic decor, lifelike mannequins and heartrending archive recordings! ++++++
Visit in April 2016
After visiting the American cemetery we thought we would stop and visit the museum. On visiting lots of museums in Normandy you generally see the same things and the children start to tell you , but here it was something different , the set ups are fantastic and the children loved it. so much to see and cards to pull out and read with excellent facts about the whole of ww2. For me it's a must visit museum.
Visit in April 2016
Download our educational booklet translated in French/English, specially designed for primary and secondary school children.
Book now and take advantage of special rates for your group of school children !
Duration of visits: 45 minutes to 1 hour on average.
Tariff for school groups :
Secondary school : 4,00 € per child (free admission for one accompanying adult per 10 children)
Primary school : 3,00 € free admission for one accompanying adult per 10 children)
Opening times : Open 7 days a week
February - March / October - November - December : 10.00 AM to 5.30 PM
April - May / September : 10.00 AM to 6.30 PM
June - July - August : 9.30 AM to 7.00 PM
Winter closing 24th, 25th and 31st December, closed in January until 11th February