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The bunker was built in 1943/44, on a special design. I fact, as the coast was very low, the Organization Todt had to erect the 17 meters tower to increase the range finder’s range. This was the Fire Control post of the defenses of the river Orne...more
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An interesting museum with a lot of things to see inside. We were there for around 1 1/2. Hours and made a good visit for our 9 and 5 year olds
It was nice that you could look though the range finder on the top...More
Visited here with the kids and whilst it isn’t a place to dwell that long (45mins to an hour) due to its size it is definitely worth a visit for anyone interested either in the Atlantic Wall fortifications or D Day. The museum is an...More
Amazed by the size of this place. It’s like a tardis - it just keeps going. There are some very interesting displays and a working viewfinder at the top. Interesting vehicles outside the building too that you can see free of charge.
A fascinating museum inside a genuine bunker. It is amazing to learn the history of the place, particularly that the Allies were not aware of its existence. You learn how it was captured and an insight into the lives of the German soldiers who operated...More
The amount of information and displays inside was just right to keep our two boys ( and us) interested. Appreciated all the personal information given by the family’s of the man who had captured the bunker, helped add to the understanding of what had happened...More
We stoped here for about 1h before catching the ferry (the port is about 2 minuet drive away!)
It was a great find, lots of things for free outside to see (tanks, boats etc) we could’ve gone away happy by just looking at those, but...More
Excellent piece of history. It was a place with detailed history built around panorama. It kept me amused for a long time as I was immersed in the moment. As it is based in a real bunker it was like walking in history. To visit...More
Yes it is open as others have said. I dont think there is any parking at the museum (its in a residential area) but it is only a very short walk from the free car parks in the town. Directions are clear and the Tourist... More
Yes it is open as others have said. I dont think there is any parking at the museum (its in a residential area) but it is only a very short walk from the free car parks in the town. Directions are clear and the Tourist Office is very helpful.