Omaha Beach Memorial Museum

WW2 Museums

With an exhibition area of 1,400m², located just 200 m from Omaha Beach, the Memorial Museum will help you dive into the heart of the landing story.
Since more than 25 years, in Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer, the museum pays tribute to the soldiers who landed on our beaches. With their many dioramas, pictures and thematic signs, they showcase chronologically the events from the German occupation to the American landing on Omaha Beach.
Visit at your own pace and discover:
- A wounderful collection of personnal objects, historic documents, archival photographs, vehicules, uniforms and weapons;
- Documentary film (25 minutes) featuring American Veteran's testimonies.
Museum and film suitable for children.
Average selfguided tour time: 1 hour.
Contact details

Omaha Beach Memorial Museum

Avenue de la Libération


Phone : 02 31 21 97 44

Fax : 02 31 92 72 80


Recommended for groups


  • Normandy Quality Tourism
  • DDay


Base rate - full rate adult From 7 €
Child rate From 4 €

From 7 to 15 years old

Discount - maximum age : 25 years old

Reduced rate From 5.60 €

Students from 16-25 with valid student card

Discount - maximum age : 25 years old

Rate for adult group From 4.60 €
School group rate From 2.90 €
Other group rate From 3.80 €
Means of payment

American Express

Carte bleue

Postal or bank cheques


Eurocard - Mastercard





Learning activity


Educational visits

Coach Parking


Visite libre en permanence - yes
Average time60 minutes60 minutes
Further informationSelf-guided visit: 1 hr. -
Minimum age - Maximum - From 7 years old


Coach parking
Groups acccepted
Minimum number of people 10
Maximum number of people 75
Located right at the heart of Omaha Beach, this 1,400m² museum houses a large collection of military vehicles, weapons, uniforms and personal effects found on site. A photo exhibition, thematic signposts and a film of 25 min featuring American veterans document the landings at Omaha and Pointe du Hoc.

Further information

Environment : Close to a major road