Visited on Veterans Day 2017 and gained a thorough appreciation of the experience allied troops faced during the invasion of Normandy. This is a must see historical attraction.
About Utah Beach D-Day Museum
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Excellent museum. Really nice layout. If you only do one WW2 museum this should be it. Allow at least 3-4 hours to go through. There is only one small restaurant associated with the site but plenty of picnic space which is probably the best option....More
Enlarged and now including a B26 bomber as part of the exhibits, this museum explains the significance of this area to the liberation of Europe in 1944.
I was extremely humbled to experience the Utah beach tour and to visit the museum. The guide was clearly passionate and knowledgeable about that incredibly important time in our history, and ensured that everyone understood the bravery and loyalty shown by the young men who...More
The museum is built around an actual German bunker. I found the exhibit which shows what Utah beach looked like in 1944 to be very interesting. I would suggest visiting the museum before walking on to the beach. It will help you better visualize what...More
Walking on the same beach that those young men landed on, and so many died on, was surreal. It was so peaceful, with dog walkers and families strolling along the beautiful sands. The commemorative statues on the seafront express the depth of the tragedy and...More
This was the second D-Day site we visited on our trip to Normandy. Very moving with great examples of the equipment used and what they went through that day.