Visiting Normandy's WW2 Sites & Memorials.    See our list of WW2 and D-Day places to visit in Normandy, France. A Bucket list destination for anyone who's interested in military history.  I made this list for our visit to Normandy, with kids. It covers all sorts of places, from museums to bunkers, and of course the famous beaches! Utah beach, here we come!  Click through to read my guide for WW2 sites in Normandy.

Visiting Normandy: WW2 D-Day Sites

Here's our list of D-Day sites & memorials to see when visiting Normandy - a Bucket List destination for anyone who's interested in military history.

Beaches of Normandy - visit to American cememtery at Omaha, museum of Arromanches, and circular memorial at St. Laurent.

The Beaches of Normandy Map ~ Normandy ~ France ~ "Operation Overlord" ~ World War II

How to Visit the D-Day Beaches in Normandy, France. The D-Day beaches are one of the most popular day trips from Paris, especially for Americans, Brits and Canadians whose parents or grandparents fought the Germans in World War II. The historic significance of the D-Day beaches hasn’t lessened in all these years and there are a lot of historical sights to see in this area including cemeteries, museums and more. | Globetrotter Girls

How to Visit the D-Day Beaches in Normandy, France. The D-Day beaches are one of the most popular day trips from Paris, especially for Americans, Brits and Canadians whose parents or grandparents fought the Germans in World War II. The historic significance of the D-Day beaches hasn’t lessened in all these years and there are a lot of historical sights to see in this area including cemeteries, museums and more. | Globetrotter Girls

The Top 10 Normandy sights to see in this region of France: Mont St. Michel, D-Day landing beaches, market towns painted by the Impressionist painters.

Top 10 Sites to See in Normandy, France

One of my fave places in the whole world. My childhood summers belong to Normandy.

Beaches of Normandy, France - Visited during the 60th anniversary party, very solemn and patriotic. Once and a lifetime experience!

History was made at Normandy’s D-Day beaches. On the morning of June tens of thousands of Allied soldiers stormed the beaches, code-named Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword. It was the largest amphibious operation in history.

Visit D-Day Beaches in Normandy :: American WWII Cemetery in Normandy

Visit D-Day Beaches in Normandy :: American WWII Cemetery in Normandy - plan to spend at least 3 days to see all of the beaches. Take the train from Paris to Caen.

Les Braves statues, Omaha Beach, Normandy, France   I cannot wait to see this! A

Touring World War Two Normandy Beaches of France

Les Braves statues, Omaha Beach, Normandy, France I cannot wait to see this!

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