Museum Of The Battle Of Normandy, Bayeux
Museum Of The Battle Of Normandy, Bayeux - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Boulevard Fabian Ware, 14400 Bayeux, France
Ticket Price: 7 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Museum Of The Battle Of Normandy, Bayeux
The Museum of the Battle of Normandy depicts the military and human story of the Battle of Normandy. It also offers an in depth insight to the historic details of the battle. The museum screens a 25 minute film that is inclusive of original equipment and uniforms. A much recommended visit for history lovers.
Museum Of The Battle Of Normandy Information
- The museum serves as a good picnic spot as well.
- The last entry to the museum is taken 1 hour before closing time.
- English and French are languages spoken at the museum.
- Tours are also available to the museum.
Museum Of The Battle Of Normandy Ticket Prices
- Adults: 7 €
- Child rate: 4 €
- Discount - maximum age: 18years old
- Rate for adult group: 4.50 €
How To reach Museum Of The Battle Of Normandy by Public Transport
- Train: Bayeux Train Station.
Restaurants Near Museum Of The Battle Of Normandy
- Au Ptit Bistrot
- Chez Paulette
- Le Moulin De La Galette
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Museum Of The Battle Of Normandy, Bayeux Reviews - Write a Review
Interesting, well put together museum in English and French. Covers many fine details I have not seen covered elsewhere (detailed information on German commanders and military strategies/challenges, as well as the Allied information, coverage of medical practice and advances, discussion of the French Resistance and De Gaulle, etc). A thorough visit would take more than two hours, but a quick walk through would be about 45 minutes.
Great historic overview of the first two months after the D-Day landings. Lots of items on display. Also a lot of vehicles and artillery present, of which some are located outdoors. Cinematic of approx 30 mins. gives a good overview of the history that is described on the large amount of displays. All text and cinematic available in both French and English. (Be sure to check when the English films are scheduled. They alternate.) Took me about 2 hours, reading quite a lot of the descriptions. Opposed to another review: No closing during lunch hours (visited mid September, maybe different more off-season). Can't compare it to other museums in the area but found it interesting and well worth the visit.
Excellent museum. Surprised by the amount of material on display. Slightly different angle to all of the many D-Day museums in Normandy as it deals with the whole Norman campaign. We went here first and I think its the best place to start your WWII tour.
Interesting and well laid out museum detailing both the landings and subsequent battles. Good artefacts and dioramas. Recommend in combination with the cemetery as part of a D-Day route.
A wonderfully presented, deeply respectful tribute to the allied forces and their comrades in the French resistance. Very informative, very friendly staff and perfectly situated near the British Military Cemetery in Bayeaux. Pristine exhibitions and all situated on Alley de Liberte...aptly named indeed. Excellent prices and the tickets are valid for a return visit within 12 months. Thanks go to the staff for helping to make our visit so memorable. 😊😊😊😊😊