Built on Utah Beach around one of the original German Bunkers (WN5) the Utah Beach Museum (Musée du Debarquément Utah Beach) is located on the site the American forces landed.
The museums exhibitions include The German Defences, The Cotentin Under Occupation, The Allied Strategy, June 6 1944: D-Day at Utah Beach, The Link-up, From Utah Beach to Cherbourg and The Port at Utah Beach. Located in a custom built aviation hanger the museum houses an original B26 bomber, one of only six examples of this aircraft worldwide.
October 1 to May 31
10:00 AM TO 6:00 PM
June 1 to September 30
9:30 AM TO 7:00 PM
December 26th until January 5th
10:00 am till 6:00 pm
Museum closes at 4:00 pm
Closed in January
|Children under 15
|Group rate (adults)
|Guided tour of Museum and Utah Beach
|Children under 7 and WWII veterans
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