Museum of the Battle of the hedges

Discover the 100 days after D-Day that made history.

The NORMANDY VICTORY MUSEUM, Battle of the Hedges Museum, invites you on a moving journey through a collection of more than 15,000 authentic objects unearthed by the founders and presented in 27 hyper-realistic stagings with sound effects Come and see what life was like for civilians and soldiers during the 100 days following D-Day and more particularly during the Battle of the Hedges. A visit for all ages during which for 1h30 to 3h depending on your level of curiosity, you will discover history in a fascinating way.

To visit the Normandy Victory Museum is also to participate in the tribute paid to those who made history in Normandy. Soldiers or civilians, famous men and women or everyday heroes, they fought for our Freedom, let us not forget them.

Currently at the Normandy Victory Museum

exhibition jean gabin normandy

Jean Gabin exhibition until 5 November 2023 “La guerre, c’est pas du cinéma” (War is not cinema)

Découvrez l’engagement de ce monstre sacré du cinéma durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale

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La Traversée de Paris, screening and meeting

Screening of the legendary film “La Traversée de Paris” on 23 September 2023

Exceptional screening on the widescreen in the presence of Mathias Moncorgé (son of Jean Gabin) and Philippe Raimbourg (son of Bourvil).

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Un singe en Hiver, film screening in Carentan

“Un singe en hiver” Screening of a must-see film starring Gabin, 21 Oct. 2023

Discover or rediscover this must-see film by Henri Verneuil starring Jean Gabin, Jean-Paul Belmondo and Suzanne Flon. Mathias Moncorgé and Patrick Malakian will be in attendance.

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The Normandy Victory Museum is also

A landing craft in the Museum

Climb aboard an authentic landing craft with veteran Bill Parker.

2000m2 of space dedicated to the Battle of the Hedges

  • More than 15,000 authentic objects
  • 27 hyper-realistic scenes with sound,
  • archive films…

Portraits of veterans

Discover the moving portraits of veterans (photos, written testimonies, audio, video), collected by Florent Plana during his travels.

A P47 aircraft in a scene

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

A permanent exhibition on the role of women in the war

Whether they were simple civilians, fighters or resistance fighters, women played a role that was long underestimated. Discover it in this permanent thematic exhibition inside the museum.


The director of the Victory Museum, Godefroy Beaussire, and one of the founders, Patrick Fissot, take you on a tour of the museum.

Video of the museum on Youtube

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.

Dodge video tours on Youtube


Single entry to museum

Museum entrance

Skip-the-line ticket – Priority access

Stroll freely through the museum and get priority with your skip-the-line ticket

Tour in Dodge - 9th Airforce circuit


« In the footsteps of the 9th Air Force. »

Climb aboard a vintage military vehicle (DODGE WC51) for a tour in the footsteps of the 9th Air Force. Your driver will take you around the A10 Airfield and through the small roads of the Normandy countryside.

Dodge Tour - 101st Airborne Tour


« In the track of the 101st Airborne »

Climb aboard a vintage military vehicle (DODGE WC51) for an excursion in the Normandy bocage and in the town of Carentan, for 1h15 of historical discovery and sensations.

The Normandy Victory Museum is also

A restaurant, brasserie with a 40’s decor

Offers for private and professional groups


A souvenir store, decoration and militaria

Not to be missed, in the Top 3 museums, a must-see!

That’s what you say! A selection of the most enthusiastic comments left on our networks and booking platforms in recent months.