Musée D-Day Omaha
This Museum was founded by Mr. Brissard and has rich collection of Uniforms weapons and large guns.
Part of this Museum is also the remains of the artifical Port Mulberry A(American) destroyed during the terrible freak storm between the 19th and 23rd of june 1944. The remains of Mulberry A can be seen when you drive down from Vierville to the beach on the left hand side.
For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.
- Text: Omaha Beach
- Photos: Ewoud van Eig
Address and contactinformation
- Route de Grandcamp
- +33 0231217180
- WWII grade:
Where is it?
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Point of interest
- Memorial 58th Armored Field Batallion Vierville-sur-Mer
- Memorial Omaha Beach
- Les Braves Omaha Beach Memorial
- Commonwealth War Grave Colleville-sur-Mer
- Commonwealth War Graves St. Laurent-sur-Mer
- Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial
- This is a small museum that has enough stuff inside to fill a big exposition about the Omaha Beach landings !
It is located atop of the bluff of one of the 4 original exits of Omaha Beach. Outside is (amongst other relics) a cast-iron pillbox top with severe shell damage, a landing craft (troops) and some artillery. Worth your bucks, a small museum but with some great items like an enigma coding machine, mannequins, pictures,maps and lots of personal items.
- By: Donald van den Bogert
- City: The Netherlands
- Date and time: 03-12-2004 00:34:15