The exhibition “Utah Beach, Then and Now / Hier et Aujourd’hui” will be extended until the end of 2021.

Initially scheduled until November 30, 2020, the current situation does not allow the museum to propose new exhibitions for the moment. Therefore it was decided to extend the exhibition presenting the evolution of the landscape from a historical point of view for another year.


Photographs taken between Utah Beach and Sainte-Marie-du-Mont at the time of the landings are superimposed on the current views; a way of projecting the visitor into History.

These open books on the past will be unveiled through a chronological tour, and will allow visitors to understand History in an immersive way, from Utah Beach to Sainte-Marie-du-Mont.

September 19 and 20, 2020 at 2pm

Commented walk “Utah Beach – between history and landscape” (only in french)

On Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 September, follow in the footsteps of the liberators for a 12 km walk with commentary. Between history and discovery of the landscapes, between sea, marshes and bocage, walk through the History of the Landing, from the German defenses to the American strategies to conquer these places. Walk in the footsteps of the American soldiers of the 4th Infantry Division, and discover the actions of the paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division.

Rendezvous at 1:30 pm for a departure at 2 pm at the Utah Beach Landing Museum. By reservation at, 20 people maximum. The outing may be cancelled depending on weather conditions.

Bring a snack and walking shoes.

Price: 6€50 per person.

Visit of the Museum at a reduced rate

During the European Heritage Days, the free visit of the museum is at a reduced rate of 6€50 per adult and 4€ per child. Take the opportunity to rediscover the museum and its collections, including an authentic B26 bomber, of which only three examples remain in the world!

Opening: 9:30 am to 7 pm, last admissions at 6 pm.

The Utah Beach Landing Museum is open to the public without reservation. In order to adapt to the measures taken by the government and to respect the barrier gestures, the following sanitary measures have been taken.

Anyone visiting the museum must wear a mask.
The barrier gestures of 1 meter between each person during the visit and in the waiting areas must be respected, a direction of circulation is imposed. The maximum number of visitors in the museum simultaneously is limited.
Hydroalcoholic gel is available throughout the visit. You can also wash your hands at the water points (accessible only to museum visitors).
We kindly ask those attending the screening to keep one seat free on each side during the screening. Visitors will have to wait until the end of the previous session to access it.
The store is accessible only to museum visitors. You will be asked to avoid touching the items in the store as much as possible, the staff will be there to help you with your purchases.
The sanitary facilities and visiting areas are disinfected regularly. A maximum of two people can be in the sanitary facilities at the same time. These are accessible only to museum visitors.

Please prioritize payment by credit card.

Thank you for your understanding, and see you soon at the Utah Beach D-Day Museum.