I loved the actual paratrooper airplane simulation! But there is so much more to see. Worth the time and small expense.
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Seeing as my father was a paratrooper, I thoroughly enjoyed this museum. There was an actual glider in one of the buildings that I was able to walk through. All of the exhibits were excellent!
If you are interested in WW2 history, this is a must see place. The exhibits are well done. Even though this is a smaller museum then some of the others, it should be on the must see list.
Amazing collection of uniforms, equipment, and displays. Reasonable fee. Laid out well, easy to navigate and see all the exhibits. Clean restrooms, very friendly staff. A must see!!
The Airborne division of the USA army liberated the town early on in the battle of Normandy. This museum explains the history well with some interesting artefacts, both large (aircraft) and small.
This is a terrific small museum with a “hook”—join the 101’st Airborne Division as it participates in the invasion of France. You’ll get a pre-raid briefing in England which I found both interesting and emotionally moving, before boarding a C-47 to “invade France”…if it sounds...More
Your at Normandy wondering which museum to go to...well this is the one and it is the one all the tour groups go to so do it and give yourself two hours. Parking is free and there is a cafe on site.
The museum is located in Sainte-Mere-Eglise. There is parking opposite the museum (free on Sundays). Opposite the museum is the church, where (if i recall correctly!) John Steele was the paratrooper who's parachute caught upon the church spire & there is a model set up...More