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All reviews mulberry harbour small museum slide show excellent museum showing how visited this museum great models informative museum tour buses on display different languages well worth a visit film shows short film gold beach museum explains artificial harbor
learnt about the d-day landings and the building of the mulberry harbour. Short film well worth watching in the cinema. Good value at 8 euros each. To be able to walk outside and see the remains brought it to life.
Artifacts, models, film of the invasion. Early arrival may avoid the tour bus crowds, enhancing access to displays. Large paid pkg. out front, although on opposite end of town, free pkg. Situated right along the beach heads, it is a moving tribute to what occurred...More
Great museum as most people know what happened on June 6, 1944 but many do not know about the planning, engineering, logistics and problems to be solved in the building of a floating harbor to support the troops in the early months of advancing toward...More
Last came here about 15 years ago and it’s even better now. A superb and highly informative collection of D-Day artefacts. The staff are brilliant and there are various talks and tours and a number of super films too. The Museum quite superbly explains all...More
Luckily not about dead heroes - but about making things work - this museum centers on the building of an artificial great scale harbour to supply the allies after D-day.
Several films shown in English and Spanish. Very nice coverage in photographs of how this...More
This small museum compliments the remains of the Mulberry harbour on the nearby beach. There are some excellent models showing just how the harbour was constructed and how it worked as well as other war time memorabilia. Well worth a visit.
Overlooking Gold Beach and the remnants of the Mulbury Harbour, this is a brilliant museum, probably the best we visited in a day of museums. The exhibits were superb, the film and slide show complimentary and the staff wonderfully friendly and helpful.
The most interesting parts are the models of the floating harbour complete with moving sea built by Bassett Lowke in the fifties. The rest is mostly the usual collection of uniform and other bits and bobs.
As is often the case locally the French contribution...More