D-Day Museum

WW2 Museums

The various phases of the Allied landing operation are presented. Explanation on how the Winston artificial harbour was built and operated from its design to its final use (3D animation, animated scale models, slide show, archive footage, etc.). Unaccompanied or guided tour in French: 1h15.
Visitor aids in 19 languages.
Film in 9 languages, slide show in 6 languages.
Contact details

D-Day Museum

Place du 6 Juin


Phone : 02 31 22 34 31

Fax : 02 31 92 68 83


  • Normandy Quality Tourism
  • DDay

Other labels

  • Normandy Sites and Monuments Club
  • Rates

    Base rate - full rate adult From 8.20 €
    Child rate From 6 €
    Student rate From 6 €
    Reduced rate From 6.30 €
    Rate for adult group From 6.70 €

    Rate per person, 1 free admission for 20 paying people

    School group rate From 4 €

    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 libre en permanence - yes
    Visite guidées sur demande - yes
    Average time75 minutes1,15 minutes
    Further informationLength of non-guided visits or guided tour in F, GB or D: 1hr15. Films in F, GB, D, I, E, NL, J, C or CZ. Last visit 30 min before closing. -


    Coach parking
    Groups acccepted
    Minimum number of people 20
    The D-day Landings Museum, a permanent exhibition, housed in front of the remains of the artificial port, is dedicated to the advances of the British after the landings. Animated models, slide shows and video presentations all help to understand the scale and function of the artificial port.