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Musee des Epaves Sous-Marines du Debarquement

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Quirky and interesting.

This is not an easy place to find. We started to walk there following the map given using our... read more

Reviewed 8 May 2017
Jill E
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Cranebrook, Australia
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A very unusual Museum

Well worth the visit. This is pretty much a lifetime of personal collecting on view to the... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2016
Len S
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Sheffield, United Kingdom
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Route de Bayeux BP9, 14520 Port-en-Bessin-Huppain, France
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A must see by definition. If you visit Normandy you will see quite a few Sherman Tanks and war items in the many museums and memorials, but none like these. Apart from the amazing tanks, this small and familiar museum can boast of many unique...More

Thank Alberto C
Reviewed 12 June 2018

A great place to see how the recovery of underwater artefacts was accomplished. It really makes you appreciate all of the hard work that was put in following the war. Some nice little personal stories too.

Thank MisterE_Hudds
Reviewed 2 October 2017

This museum just south of Port-en-Bessin on the road to Bayeux contains some tanks lifted from the ocean floor off the Normandy beaches and, in particular, one story about discovering the tank commander still alive some fifty years later. Pull off the road into their...More

Thank ColinMacmillan
Reviewed 22 August 2017 via mobile

Read about this before going and appreciated that this would be no conventional museum. I left feeling really privileged to have been able to visit. The story behind the salvagers that made this collection possible is as fascinating as the artefacts themselves. We owe this...More

1  Thank Mrs_HH_Alton
Reviewed 7 August 2017

Had seen this on trip advisor, and thought it was worth a visit. having read on other reviews that it was diffcult to find, we where quite luckily as for us it was on our way to Bayeux, so passed it everytime. it the first...More

Thank moink37
Reviewed 20 July 2017

This museum looks like a military scrapyard from the road, but inside what a surprise awaits? It is modern and full of interesting photos and artefacts on the Normandy Landings.I was delighted that I at last visited this museum, because I have passed it bye,...More

1  Thank fota2248
Reviewed 1 June 2017

This museum may not appeal to everyone, but to those curious about all the ships and equipment lost during and around the D-Day operations, there is an incredible wealth of recovered tanks, ship materials, and history on display.

Thank DS1194
Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

This is not an easy place to find. We started to walk there following the map given using our phone. It is approximately 2km from the harbour of Port-en-Bessin, on the road to Bayeux. (Not .4 km from our hotel). We were amazed st the...More

Thank Jill E
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Well worth the visit. This is pretty much a lifetime of personal collecting on view to the public. Outside there are several tanks and ship exhibits all rescued from the bottom of the seas around Normandy all sunk on D Day and the days that...More

Thank Len S
Reviewed 26 June 2016

This museum is full of wrecks and items brought up from the sea, not all WW2 and very interesting. I found it particularly poignant looking at items such as razors and toothpaste tubes, who were they owned by? The german torpedo is amazing, I had...More

1  Thank kerryb111
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