Juno Beach Centre

Juno Beach Centre is a museum located immediately behind Juno beach, the beachhead where 14,000 Canadians landed on D-Day.

The museum not only covers the D-Day landings but the contributions Canadas's military and civilians contributed to the war effort.

The western coastal area of Courseulles-sur-Mer has been designated "Juno Park" because of its historic nature. A bunker can be found in the park which was a German observation post that was part of the Atlantic Wall.

Opening Times

January
Closed

February
10:00am — 5:00pm

March
10:00am — 6:00pm

April — September
9:30am — 7:00pm

October
10:00am — 6:00pm

November — December
10:00am — 5:00pm

Pricing

Juno Beach Centre & Juno ParkAdult: €11
Reduced €9
Juno Park onlyAdult: €5.50
Reduced: €4.50
Juno Beach CentreAdult: €7
Reduced:€5.50
Temporary Exhibit only€3

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Listing: Juno Beach Centre

Location

Voie des Français Libres
14470Courseulles-Sur-Mer
Calvados
France
Longitude:-0.46169937
Latitude:49.33637194
Parking: Free parking on site.

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