Maisy Military Battery

WW2 Sites

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Forgotten for the past 60 years, this German artillery battery was nevertheless an integral part of a military zone. It opened fire on the liberating troops, covering the beaches of Utah and Omaha. The final assault by the 5th and 2nd US Rangers, on the 9th of June 1944, lasted 5 long hours. Today, you can still visit around 2 miles of trenches, tunnels, emplacements for six 155m guns and other subterranean galleries and constructions.
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Maisy Military Battery

7 Route des Perruques



WithoutRecommended for groups


Base rate - full rate adult From 7.20 €
Child rate From 4.80 €
Student rate From 6 €
Rate for adult group From 6 €
Means of payment

Postal or bank cheques



Pets accepted



Guided tour

Educational visits

Coach Parking


Visite libre en permanence - yes
Visite guidées sur demande - yes
Average time60 minutes120 minutes
Further informationDuration of the non-guided visit: 45 min/1 hr. -


Coach parking
Groups acccepted
Minimum number of people 10
This site was built in 1942 and is part of the 44ha military area. Covering some of the sectors during the Landings on June 6th 1944, it opened fire on allied troops for 3 days. The final assault on June 9th 1944 lasted 5 long hours with the involvement of the 2nd and 5th US Rangers battalions.

Further information

Environment : In the country, Outskirts of the town