Memorial recalling the battle of the Falaise-Chambois Pocket. In Montormel (61).
4 Commando Museum
Collection of weaponry and uniforms, a scale model of the Landings and a video at the 4 Commando of British and French soldiers. At Place Alfred Thomas in Ouistreham (14).
D Day to Paris - The Liberation of France Museum
D Day landings to the liberation of Paris. Artefacts, photographs and publications of the time tell the story. Documentaries and music in both French and English. Open Wednesday to Saturday. 1, Route DOmaha Beach, Ste Honorine des Pertes.
June 44 Museum
Exhibit of 12 historic scenes with life-size wax models of war leaders and polititians with their recorded voices. At Place Fulbert de Beina, lAigle (61).
Museum of Underwater D-Day Wrecks
Display of items found by divers from warships to personal effects at Route de Bayeux, Port-en-Bessin (14).
Gold Beach Museum
Scale models, photos and memorabilia of the British bridgehead on Gold Beach and the attack of June 6th 1944. At Centre Saint-Exupéry 2 place Amiral Byrd, Ver-sur-Mer (14).
August 44 Museum
Exhibits major events in the battle of the Falaise pocket. Includes scale model of Canadians entering Falaise. At ch des Roches in Falaise (14).
Commonwealth Memorial & Cemetery
Cemetery contains 4,868 graves and a memorial to 1,837 missing soldiers. At bd du 6 Juin in Bayeux (14).
The Azeville battery: an early construction in the Manche stretch of the Atlantic Wall. At La Rue, Azeville (50.
Musee de la Battaille de Tilly
The Battle of Tilly museum shows the multiple capture and recapture of the village before liberation. At the Chapelle Notre Dame du Val in Tilly-sur-Seulles (14).
Tribute museum to General Leclerc located in his command post of 20 August 1944. At 31/33 rue de Pont Neuf, Alencon (61).
Musee de la Liberte
Museum showing everyday life in France during occupation. Includes a reconstituted wartime street to recreate the atmosphere. At ave de la Plage, Quineville (50).
Battle of Normandy Memorial Museum
Museum in Bayeux, the first French town to be liberated. Variety of goods on show: weapons, uniforms, souveniers and some film. At bd Fabian Ware, Bayeux (14).
Musee de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale
Museum on the site of the Avranches breakthrough: euipment, uniforms and details of the liberation on show. At 2 Le Moulinet, Le Val Saint-Pere in Avranches (50).
Pegasus Memorial Museum
The Pegasus Memorial Museum traces events during the night of June 5th-6th 1944 and the capture of the Pegasus Bridge by the 6th British Airborne Division. At ave Major Howard Ranville (14). Exhibits include full scale replica of a Horsa Glider.