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A really poignant place full of history. Really well preserved and well presented. Well worth a trip by anyone with an interest in history. It's easy to navigate and there's lots to see if you don't want to spend a few Euros on the museum....More
The story surrounding the bridge and the families connection is interesting and the connection to the parachute regiment is obvious, the food served was pleasant, the only thing is the staff.
Madam takes the title very seriously and certainly lived up to the name,not big...More
My husband and I visited the museum on our way to the Normandy Beaches. We found the museum to be well planned, informative and interesting. We left the museum with a respect for all of those involved. Thought provoking morning. Definitely worth a visit
This memorial is so emotional it is hard not to be affected by the bravery of all those that took part in capturing and holding this and other bridges in the area. This, the D-day beaches and their memorials and also the cemetery's on all...More
You could spend hours in the museum, such is the volume and quality of the artifacts on display. The large exhibits outdoors are awe inspiring too. Overall, this is highly recommended to anyone touring the area.
I was coming home from Brittany and want to let my teenage sons .To see the bridge and go to the museum. So they can feel what made Britain great with the help of the commonwealth. Even now when you are stand on the bridge...More
This is the second time that I have been to Pegasus Bridge and I still find it intensely moving. The story of the landings in the early hours of D day is well known and the importance of capturing and holding this bridge and the...More