Caen Memorial and Museum Tickets

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Experience Highlights

Get up close and personal with the historical details of the Second World War with tickets to the Caen Memorial and Museum. Discover the different exhibition and interactive rooms to delve into the events of the D-Day events, the Battle of Normandy, the failure of peace and more.

During your visit you will be able to watch a 19 min documentary about the European conflict between 1900 and 1991. You will have the option to take the tour with or without an audio guide.

  • Direct access to the Memorial and Museum of Caen
  • Travel back in time to learn about the history of the Second World War.
  • Walk through different interactive rooms and delve into the tribulations of the war
  • You will have the option to include an audio guide for further information
  • See artefacts of war from the era

What’s included

  • Entrance to the Caen Memorial and Museum
  • Audio guide (optional as added value)

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Step by Step

Embark on a journey into the past, explore the history of World War II and the disasters it brought to France with admission to the Caen Memorial and Museum.

Walk through all the rooms and interactive exhibits at your own pace where you'll learn first-hand about moments in history such as the fall of the Berlin Wall, Nazi Germany, the events of D-Day, the Cold War, the Battle of Normandy and other events.

In the museum you can watch a 19-minute documentary about the fighting in Europe between 1900 and 1991 and learn about the instruments of war and luxurious civilian artefacts.

The tour can be done at your own pace and you have the option to bring or not an audio guide to learn more about the events and facts. To include it you must add it as an extra when you book.

Reviews

4.9
· 375 Reviews
  • S
    Sofia
    5
    (0 Reviews)
    The Caen memorial makes you think about the damage that war can cause.
  • M
    Miles
    5
    (0 Reviews)
    I was never very interested in history, but seeing it this way left my mind a little more open to learning about the past.
  • A
    Archer
    4
    (0 Reviews)
    The documentary seemed to me to be poorly edited, they should have put a better effort into it because that is what attracts attention.
  • E
    Ezra
    5
    (0 Reviews)
    It amazes me how everything has changed from 1940 to our time.
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