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This place is brilliant, its untouched and massive complex. The story behind it is remarkable and only recently been uncovered. You need around 2 hours to walk around and look at the site along with discussing with the owner the history of the battery. I...More
This small museum tells the story of the training for the assault on the cliffs at La Pointe du Hoq. They trained on the cliffs of the Needles on the Isle of Wight which was the nearest match to the French cliffs they would have...More
The woman on duty was exceptionally helpful and friendly, let our dog come in with us, and answered lots of questions from museum visitors and passers by too who were lost or looking for places/things. Superb.
The museum was small but packed with information about...More
Visited here many years ago. This is a little hokey but still a good overview of the Pont du hoc campaign. When we brought our kids to Normandy this was one of the new exhibits I really wanted them to see. We showed up about...More
We learned a lot about the Rangers battle at Pointe du Hoc which is 2 miles down the beach. If your interested in the history behind Pointe du Hoc this is worth the stop. You have to read the boards set up to get the...More
This is mostly information boards with a few relics and mementoes also with a film about the Rangers. The info was very clearly laid out and gave a good overview of the rangers and their objective on D-Day. Worth a visit.
We visited this small seafront museum in the attractive town of Grandcamp-Maisy as part of our tour on Normandy beaches and landing grounds. The museum is small and is purely dedicated to the American Rangers, particularly the operation of the 2nd Ranger battalion at Pointe...More
This is not, in truth, a great museum. The artefacts on display are sparse, and - ignoring their associations - rather commonplace. But the whole place is lifted by its close attention to one of the most fiercely-contested actions of the Normandy landings: the assault...More
It was my second family tour to France this time we had booked a private tour for this trip. As a part of our package deal we came to visit this Museum. Our guide had spoken a lot about this place throughout the tour and...More
This museum is small, and mainly composed of souvenirs from the Rangers. Most of the collection is on the ground floor; upstairs there's a film about the Rangers, and a few models. It's definitely worth a look if you're really interested in the Rangers, but...More