The D-Day Museum offers an exclusive VIP Tour for small groups
Discover the Utah Beach Museum from a unique perspective, with exclusive access to some of our most important artifacts.
The special VIP Tour includes:
- Detailed presentation of D-Day on Utah Beach June 6, 1944
- Full tour of the museum, including the recreated German trenches,
- Exclusive visit of our archived collections
- Visit of the crypt and outdoor monuments
- Gourmet breakfast
Reservations: +33 2 33 71 53 35
Price: 50.00€ for adults and € 20.00€ for children 7-15 years old.
Maximum 6 people
Our expert guides offer regular tours of the Museum in French and English. Join a guided tour to have a deeper understanding of the story of D-Day at Utah Beach. The guided tour is included in the cost of Museum admission at no extra charge and lasts approximately one hour.
Beginning in 2013, the Museum also offers special tours that also include the historic site: in addition to the visit of the Museum, our guides will help you discover the battlefield as well as the various monuments erected to honor the Allied landing at Utah Beach.
“Victory in the Sand,” our award-winning documentary, premiered at the Museum in June 2012. Winner of the 2013 CINE Special Jury award for Best Museum Documentary, the documentary captures the dramatic events of the Allied landing at Utah Beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944
Be immersed in preparations for the operation and live hour by hour the course of this amazing day. As part of a top secret operation, brave Allied forces boldly launch an assault under impossible conditions to launch the attack to liberate Europe. This highly coordinated land, sea, and air counterattack is the turning point of the war and helps lead to the liberation of Europe and the defeat of Germany.
Featuring stunning live-action cinematography, dynamic educational 3D tactical animations, state-of-the-art immersive archival material, and meticulous historical research, “Victory in the Sand” provides an unforgettable experience that will transport you back to one of the most pivotal moments in World War II.