Musée de la Bataille des haies

Discover the 100 days after D-DAY that made History


In the heart of the Cotentin marshes, in Carentan in Normandy, the NORMANDY VICTORY MUSEUM invites you on a moving journey alongside those who lived and made history. Whether they are combatants or civilians, national heroes or everyday heroes, we pay tribute to them through a journey through the heart of the Battle of the Hedges.

New in 2022

Two new scenes were produced by the museum team with the greatest respect for history and the men who made it. New models, an enriched course, a new showroom…

The landing craft

Climb aboard an authentic landing craft with veteran Bill Parker.

The P47

Approach a crash scene of a P47 Thunderbolt in the Normandy bocage

2000m2 of space dedicated to the Battle of the Hedges

More than 10,000 authentic objects, 27 hyper-realistic scenes with sound, archive films… to learn and understand.

Women at war

This popular thematic exhibition highlights the important role that women played during the war.

Portraits of veterans

During your visit, discover the moving portraits of veterans (photos, written testimonies, audio, videos), collected by Florent Plana during his travels.


With your smartphone and headphones, access our free application with texts, audios, videos and additional resources.


The A10 Canteen, brasserie-pizzeria with terrace, with vintage decor from the 1940s welcomes you directly within the walls of the museum.


Our shop offers a wide selection of souvenirs, books, games and toys, clothing, militaria items on the theme of the Second World War.


Easy access by RN13, large free car park accessible to cars, coaches and motorhomes.

Discovery in videos

In this video, the director of the museum Godefroy Beaussire and one of the founders Patrick Fissot take you on a discovery of the Normandy Victory Museum.

We suggest that you complete your visit to the museum with commented tours in a Dogdge (military vehicle from 1944) on the paths of history. Discover in pictures.

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Single entry to museum

Walk freely through the aisles of the museum.

  • CHILDREN : free for children up to 6 included
  • YOUNG from 7 to 17 included : 6€
  • REDUCED RATE: €6 (Students, teachers, soldiers and reservists,people with reduced mobility)
  • GROUP RATE: €7.50/Pers. from 10 people.

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Dodge WC51 tours

Two rotations: 40mn and 1h15

Embark on a DODGE WC51 military vehicle from the 1940s for a commented tour in the footsteps of history, around the museum. « In the footsteps of the 9th Air Force » 40 min tour – 24€/Pers. (tour only) and 30€ with museum entrance « In the track of the 101st Airborne » 1h15 tour – 44€/Pers (tour only) En 50€ with museum entrance

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Ambassador card

For frequent visitors

Do you often visit the Normandy Victory Museum and like showing it to your friends? The ambassador card is:

  • Unlimited entries for the cardholder for the year 2022
  • Reduced rate at €6 for 4 accompanying persons
  • Exclusive offers and occasional promotions on the store
  • Discounts or freebies for our major events

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Free park

Camping-car access


Pets allowed

Discover our offers for private and professional groups

Packs and formulas from €29

And also, fully equipped seminar room rental

Reviews from our visitors

The museum shop

WW2 souvenirs and specialties

The Normandy Victory Museum has also it’s militaria shop, in which you can buy much more than DDay souvenirs. These are replicas of WW2 collectibles, re-enactment outfits, models and educational games for children. There is also a large selection of books about World War II. Popular writings but also specialized and technical titles. Books, videos, magazines are available to broaden your knowledge and understanding.All these military objects are for sale in our shop or on our website (being redesigned).

The museum shop: WW2 souvenirs and specialties

The historical blog

In Normandy, the Second World War did not stop on DDAY. In the months that followed, la Manche still experienced fierce battles: the Battle of the hedges (Hedgerow Hell), the offensive of la Haye du Puits, the battle of Saint-Lô, Operation Cobra, the breakthrough of Avranches. Why were so many cities razed to the ground? How did the allies regain control? And what was the daily life of locals during these weeks in wartime before the Liberation?

Our blog is regulary enriched with specialized and didactic articles written by our team of historiens and enthusists. We also give the floor to specialists of the Second World War but also to locals who paid a heavy price for the landing.

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The Weasel M29, a WWII all-terrain vehicle

The Weasel M29, a WWII all-terrain vehicle

The Normandy Victory Museum presents a rather unusual American army vehicle in its permanent exhibition. This is the Weasel, also known as the M29 Weasel Tracked Cargo Carrier. We invite you to learn more about this Swiss army knife-like vehicle that found its place during the Battle of Normandy.

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