The D-Day Experience is an authentic C-47 that has been converted into a high tech immersive flight simulator. The simulator relives the channel crossing taken by the paratroopers for DDay and the heavy flak fire they experienced in the skies over Normandy.
The museum also contains an impressive collection of airborne items including weapons, uniforms and equipment.
Entrance to Dead Man's Corner Museum is included with a D-Day Experience ticket and is at the same location.
October to March
10h00 till 18h00
April to September
9h30 till 19h00
Closed on December 24th, 25th and 31st, January 1st 2018.
|Child (6-17 years)||€9|
|Groups (min of 10 people)||€10|
|The Family pass (2 adults + 2/3 children)||€40|
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