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This is a very nice and well done outdoor exhibit that uses original bunkers which makes it more historical. It is a figure 8 kind of loop with bunkers and sites to see along the way. They give you a map but you don't really...More
So pleased we walked there in the heat! Was well worth it. They were about to start works but I hope they don't lose the wall of photos and quotes along the outside. So very humbling and moving. Staff v willing and friendly, plane is...More
Delighted this has such a good rating as it really is excellent and an absolute must-see. The aircraft was the highlight for us; to be able to go inside and walk around was amazing. The videos, light-show re-enactment and various displays are very moving and...More
This wasn't on the original plan, but was a fantastic find. We spent 2.5 hours here. Arrived just before 4pm. Wasn't to busy and plenty to see. We were handed a piece of paper on arrival with the story of the battery in English The...More
If your interested in British WW2 history then this place should be on your list to visit. I spent several hours looking round the site, there’s a few bunkers open and you get to see some amazing exhibits, especially the account given by OIC, Colonel...More
-yet only one gives you a true impression of what it looked like on the inside. Most of them are transformed into small museums/expositions. But the weather was nice and it was interesting to walk around and read about the place. The plane was also...More
We spent 2,5 hours here. Very well presented. An important part of what was happening on the Normandy coast on 6 June 1944 just a few kilometers from Pegasus Bridge. Good insight in to chaos and bravery. We went from there to Ranville War Cemetery.
There is a lot to see and read at this battery and there is a fine example of an aircraft. The sound and light show is a bit basic and a bit odd, but worth popping into if you are there. The site is very...More
We had a WWII Buff in our group who knew he wanted to visit and we were so glad we did.
Fascinating piece of history.
It is an open field with a British air glider you can walk through and a few bunkers you can...More
Please do not misrepresent me in print. I shall copy and paste my full review of The Merville Batterie in full as it is evident you have not read it. Happy to answer questions yours was not one, simply the ramblings of an... More
Please do not misrepresent me in print. I shall copy and paste my full review of The Merville Batterie in full as it is evident you have not read it. Happy to answer questions yours was not one, simply the ramblings of an idiot.
My review "The events which led up to The Invasion of France are many and the acts of bravery are numerous. However, this was one which I knew little of. You really must visit this battery and should be rightfully thankful of the audacious attack on the Merville Guns"