> André Lemaître Museum: this museum is dedicated to an accomplished painter from Falaise.
> Eglise de la Trinité: Just below the castle. Also note the bellicose statue of William the Conqueror on horseback beside the Trinity Church, with panels below it illustrating other dukes of Normandy.
> Civilians in Wartime memorial: Dedicated to civilian victims of war, both past and present, the main focus of this museum is on the lives of the Norman people during World War II. Through archive footage, an interactive tablet tour and immersive film, you will discover both the tragic and the trivialities of everyday life under German occupation, the Allied liberation, subsequent bombings and post-war reconstruction. Located in Falaise where 80% of the town was destroyed during its liberation, the museum pays homage to the 20,000 civilians killed in Normandy during the war. Beyond the stories from Normandy, the museum address how civilians have been affected by conflict across Europe and the wider world.