Exhibition : "Charles De Gaulle, his war route from 1940 to 1944" presented at the Museum of the Battle of Normandy from 18th May to 22th September
Annual closure : The three museums of Bayeux will be in winter break from 1st to 31st January 2020 inclusive.
Located at the gateway to the D-Day beaches, the Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy is the only museum which presents all of the military operations which took place on Norman soil over the summer months of 1944.
Located just a few kilometres from the D-Day beaches, the Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy shows visitors all the key phases of the fighting and the day by day advances of the forces involved. It is essential preparation for visiting the memorial sites of summer 1944.
Operation Overlord was the code name given to the enormous Allied offensive which was launched on 6 June 1944 to liberate Europe. There are still many places of memory here and visiting them is an unmissable part of a stay in Normandy.
from Caen: N13 wayout 36 to Bayeux
From Rennes : A84 or E03 to Caen wayout 43, then D6
From Paris airports, get a train from gare Saint-Lazare until Bayeux train station
Stop at Bayeux train station
Pedestrian way to the museums within a 10 to 15 minute-walk