There is still a bridge over the river, but it is not the original one, which is in the adjacent Museum, and there are memorials to each of the three gliders that landed with metres of the bridge.
In the museum, apart from the original bridge, there are the remains of the fusalage of one of the gliders, and many good examples of tanks, cannons and other vehicles used in the conflict.
An excellent place to begin a tour of the 1944 Normandy Invasion.
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