On the promenade of Ouistreham , Normandy, France. This museum is part of the "D-Day Le Choc" ("D-Day the collision") route in Normandie. This is one of the 8 tourist routes that guide you through the Normandy battlefields. You can find information on these routes with most of the tourist offices.The routes are very well signed
It describes the history of the Allied commando forces who landed in Quisterham-Riva Bella on June the 6th, 1944.
Open from the Sunday before eastern until September 30th.
|The museum (1997)|
|Remains of German Höckerhindernisse ("Dragonteath") on the beach near the museum. The obstacles were part of the Atlantikwall. (1997)|
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