America Gold Beach Museum

WW2 Museums

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The America Gold Beach Museum comprises two historic exhibition areas. The America area tells the story of the very first air mail link between the United States and France, made by the three-engined Fokker America which made a water landing at Ver-sur-Mer on the 1st of July 1927. The Gold Beach exhibition area tells the story of the painstaking preparations for the D-Day Landings by the British secret services and of the events on Gold Beach on D-Day, when the 69th Brigade made its victorious assault on the 6th of June 1944. Scale models, slide shows, photographs, personal objects and testimonies, etc.
Unaccompanied tour time: 40 minutes.
Contact details

America Gold Beach Museum

2 place Amiral Byrd
Centre St-Exupéry


Phone : 02 31 22 58 58

Mobile phone : 06 24 04 04 86


Recommended for groups

Fixed telephone :


  • DDay


Base rate - full rate adult From 4.50 €
Child rate From 2 €

Discount - maximum age : 15 years old

Student rate From 2.50 €
Reduced rate From 3.50 €
Rate for adult group From 3.50 €
Means of payment

Carte bleue

Postal or bank cheques



Pets accepted



Learning activity


Coach Parking


Average time40 minutes -
Further informationNon-guided visits or guided tours in F or GB: 40min. Tour restricted to 25 people/group. -


Coach parking
Groups acccepted
Minimum number of people 10
Maximum number of people 25
This museum retraces the first transatlantic airmail flight from the USA to France in 1927 (29th June - 1st July) by the triple-engined Fokker ‘America’. There is also a retrospective dedicated to the bridgehead established by the British on Gold Beach on 6th June 1944. Includes models, dioramas and photographic information. Objects donated by English veterans.

Further information

Environment : In the town centre, In the country