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Unique in franceThe circular cinema plunges you into the heart of the Battle of Normandy. Projected in high definition on 9 screens, the unpublished archive footages retrace the 100 days of a raging battle.
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Chemin du Calvaire, 14117 Arromanches-les-Bains, France
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+33 2 31 06 06 45
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This was a stop between all the dday beaches. Didn’t really want to sit through a 30 m short film, but glad i did. It put all what i’d seen today into perspective. You stand and watch it, about 20mins. Beautifully done documentary. We arrived...More

Thank coconutugly
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A very powerful and moving experience. €6 well spent. Very moving. The car park is large but fills up quickly. You can park here and walk down on to Arromanches-les-Bains beach. At low tide it’s then possible to walk around the wrecks of the port....More

Thank Edward L
Reviewed 6 days ago

This attraction offers a 30 minute cinematic experience of before during and after D-day.and is quite dramatic despite a fairly superficial depiction of events. It's worth seeing but if you know anything of the history of D-day you will be unlikely to learn anything but...More

Thank rachb14
Reviewed 1 week ago

A great way to start your education about the D Day landings. The real time film of the events on June 6th 1944 are amazing, shocking, stunning all at the same time. Superb!

Thank Johnjolovestravel
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a fast paced cinematic experience, which throws you into the heart of the Battle of Normandy. It begins with a quick summary of the war to this point and shows Hitler parading in Paris after his conquest. The action then turns to the...More

Thank DrPyser
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Worth seeing and paying a handful of Euros. Attracts some criticism from locals for not being as awe inspiring as the previous film shown here. I didn’t see the old on so can’t comment.

Thank Ian H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The film about D- Day is a powerful experience and the 360 experience makes the horrors of war more realistic. A must if you visit the landing sites of Normandy!

Thank PetterLundgren
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I was very glad that this immersive experience of images/video clips included some horrific moments. My children (9 &12) were suitably jolted into an appreciation of the death and devastation this war generated. Well worth seeing.

Thank AmandaV7777
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Begin your Normandy visit with a stop here first especially if you’re not too keen with WWII and D-Day. It’s an absolute must-do and it will set the stage for your beach and museum stops. Even the surrounding countryside and village here is just marvelous!

Thank Daniel A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a must on your DDay beaches tour. Very well presented and made us feel part of the DDay experience and helped our understanding of the journey. Sensitive to the emotions of the operation and immersed us in the centre of it. Very well...More

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Tim02481
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Response from Sulami79 | Reviewed this property |
Hi - hiking shoes or sandals will be best, but sneakers are also fine. If you want to enter the sea (very cold) you need water proof shoes, but for sightseeing such will not be necessary.
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10 November 2015|
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Response from KenFromUSA | Reviewed this property |
I would say it depends on the 6 year old. I have 5 kids and some would have done fine while others would not. For most, I think it might be sensory overload. Noisy and stuff happening everywhere. Whether a 6 year old... More
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21 June 2015|
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Response from Kieran M |
You can do Caen one day and Arromanches another day .
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