Arromanches 360 – Circular Cinema

WW2 Museums

‘The 100 days of Normandy’!
Unique in France! The circular cinema takes you on a journey to the very heart of the Battle of Normandy.
Projected via 9 screens, original archive footage from Canada, the United States, Great Britain and France retrace the 100 days of this terrible battle.
The film is a genuine homage to the combatants of all nationalities and the 20,000 civilians who lost their lived during the long-awaited battle to liberate Western Europe.
It is a genuine technical and artistic performance reuniting archive images, the most of which have never before been broadcast and compiled from Canadian, American, German, British and French collections.
Film screened every 30 minutes, on the hour and at the half hour.
Commentary overlooking the artificial harbour from the cinema’s terrace roof (30 minutes) during school holidays).
Contact details

Arromanches 360 – Circular Cinema

Chemin du Calvaire



Road (national / departmental) at 14km

Phone : 02 31 06 06 45

Fax : 02 31 06 01 66


Recommended for groups

Fixed telephone :


  • Normandy Quality Tourism
  • DDay

Other labels

  • Normandy Sites and Monuments Club
  • Rates

    Base rate - full rate adult From 6.50 €
    Reduced rate From 5.50 €
    Rate for adult group From 5 €

    Rate per person, 1 free admission for 20 paying people

    School group rate from 2 at 5.50 €

    Rate per person, 1 leader free for 10 paying pupils

    Means of payment

    Carte bleue

    Debit cards

    Holiday vouchers


    Eurocard - Mastercard





    Guided tour

    Coach Parking


    Visite guidées sur demande - yes
    Average time30 minutes30 minutes
    Further informationVisit lasts 45min (including 19min for the film). Films are shown at 10 and 40 minutes past every hour. Last visit 20 min before closing. -


    Coach parking
    Groups acccepted
    'Normandy’s 100 days'. 19 minutes of unseen footage The new film is shown on 9 screens in HD. Archives footages collected from around the world witness the completeness of the Battle of Normandy. This film is a tribute to the men of all nations who fell and to the 20.000 civilians killed during the liberation of Western Europe that gave rise to so much hope.

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