Top deals from the museum

Discover the good deals selected for you. These are generally partnerships that we have forged with local players in Normandy tourism and which allow you to save on entrance fees to the museum and to our partners or to discover our beautiful region from another point of view. .

The best top deal

Family package 30 €


The large family package

Because the cost of recreation from 3 children, it starts to weigh. We offer the family package for € 30

It is valid for two adults and three OR 4 children up to 18 years!

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Top deal : cité de la mer

Save € 2 on your entry to the Cité de la Mer in Cherbourg

Show your Normandy Victory Museum entry ticket at the Cité de la mer ticket office and save € 1.50 on the individual entry ticket. Have you already visited the Cité de la Mer and you still have the ticket? Show it at the museum and save € 1.50 on the entrance ticket; 1 € on the child ticket or 5 € on the tour in armored vehicle! – Reservation and purchase only at the museum reception upon presentation of the ticket.

Escape Game The Blockhaus in Carentan

Escape Game The Blockhaus – Discount and gift!

Show your entry ticket to the Normandy Victory Museum at the reception of the Blockhaus and benefit from a reduction of 1 € per player on the entrance to the escape game + the printed photo of the team as a gift.

Did you take part in the escape game? Benefit from a reduction of 1 € on your entrance ticket to the museum.

Good deal : pass baie cotentin

Do you know the PASS Baie du Cotentin ?

For the purchase of the passport at € 1 per adult, benefit from nearly € 70 reductions in total on a range of activities in the Cotentin. Show your Cotentin bay PASS at the Museum and benefit from a reduction between € 1 and € 4 depending on the activity. (Please note: the reduction applies from the second place visited. Everything is explained on the OT Baie du Cotentin page).

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Located in the heart of the Cotentin marshes which have seen so many liberating paratroopers fall, the Normandy Victory Museum evokes with realism and respect, the painful and glorious hours of the after Dday in Normandy. To understand the story, pay tribute to the military and civilians and never forget.

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We have many offers for all of you. Family, group but also school and business. Whether it is cultural, educational, entertaining, commemorative, each visit will have its own objective and each visitor will leave conquered and richer from this encounter with the past.

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Your reviews

Very nice museum

Very nice museum. To have. Absolutely between Omaha and Utah. Worth the detour. Very nice home. Will come back a third time..
Joël Van Doren – Google – July 08, 2021

Very nice museum

Very nice museum. It looks small but it doesn’t. A nice collection of objects, French / American / German …. An exhibition on the mobilization of women during this war is very well done. A very nice visit …
Cassandre Chapotte-baldacci – Google – July 05, 2021

Possibility of touching ...

Small tour of 10 minutes by chariot for 40th Including a visit to the museum where the possibility of touching a weapon, getting into a jeep, very nice and helpful staff
Lionelle Lefebvre – Google – July 05, 2021

Emotional moment

Today, June 5, 2021, we have just spent a pleasant day in this place steeped in history. We appreciated the kindness of the people who run the Brasserie. The museum impressed us so much there is diversity and comments that we should not hesitate to read. In addition, the military equipment is also impressive, we were able to see the infirmary, also loaded with history and torn lives. Thank you to all these dedicated people.
Anne Marie E a – Tripadvisor – June 05, 2021

Very beautiful museum, we never tire of it

Very beautiful museum, we never tire of it, the scenes are very realistic, a lot of period objects. Really perfect, the kids especially liked the submachine gun shooting. The jeep where you can take a picture with helmets, it’s very nice. Do not hesitate to go to an inexpensive and really top-notch family museum. Super nice welcome
Miss Lili – Google – June 2021

Exciting enthusiasts

Everything to please! Meticulously reconstructed scenes watered by the private collections of 4 enthusiasts who dedicated their lives to this period. Rare pieces, objects that can be touched, vehicles that can be boarded, this is a meaningful approach and what we are looking for to maintain the interest of a teenager! One of the best WWII museum we have done! Clairettebrunette – Tripadvisor – 11 August 2020

Interactive, fun and captivating museum

Great visit to this museum where it is possible to touch period objects (including weapons, Jeep Willis, ….). Both culturally interesting and touching through the testimonies of the inhabitants of the region, the possibility of taking a ride in a chariot but above all the honoring of women seduced us. TO RECOMMEND! 805martinep – Tripadvisor – 5 July 2020

I recommend

Super musée avec le petit plus on peut toucher des objets et même monter dans une jeep. Très bon restaurant et balade en char très sympa je recommande. Aurélien Dufour ( Google juin 2020)

From a connoisseur

Although I knew the subject fairly well, I enjoyed the discussions the group had with the guide. I recommend ! Franck Dehaudt – Regiondo – August 10, 2020

One of the best museums of its type.

We have visited many D-Day museums, most of which have their good points, but the Normandy Victory Museum is one of the very best. It’s strength is the number of exhibits and the detail they have gone into to create the atmosphere of June 1944, from both sides. And it’s not just the military aspect they cover, but also the plight of the civilians. There is a film of interviews with older people who were children during the Occupation (although the interviews are in French with no subtitles) and a compilation of raw newsreel film, with English commentary and French subtitles. Visitors are able to interact with a small number of exhibits which children (young and old) would enjoy. For example, sitting in a jeep of the period, or trying on helmets or handling authentic weapons. Jayne E (Trip Advisor 2019)

A museum that deals with a lesser-known part of history

A museum that deals with a lesser-known part of the history of the post-Normandy landings. I still learned a lot, although I had already visited many museums in the region. I also recommend the tank baptism, impressive. Céline Da Silva – Regiondo – August 18, 2020

Must Visit if in the Area..

The best value for your € in Normandy ! Great visual display of every facet of life while the landings took place. Great static displays and plenty of War Antiques on display. A great souvenir shop and a pub ! Worth a visit and then some ! Rev Dr Andrew Pitt (Trip Advisor 2019)

Museum that must be visited

Good evening both inside and outside the visit of the museum was memorable, we have very beautiful things with a perfect organization. DPdeLaBarolliere – TripAdvisor – August 29, 2020

Quite a nice, self-guided museum.

Quite a nice, self-guided museum. Enjoyed that you could go through it all at your own pace and spend more time on the things that really interest you. Charlotte Fernimen – Google

Great for organizing a school trip

Great time to introduce to school children. The diversity of the proposals (visit to the museum + obstacle course + armored vehicle ride) excited the students. Staff available. Super welcome .. TO BE DONE AGAIN fute_467000 (Petit Futé)

Un super musée

Un super musée et une équipe génial ils nous ont sauvé en traquant notre camping car enlisé dans le parking avec leur char comme quoi l’ancien peux servir au moderne ???? et l’expérience de la ballade en char proposé sur le site est vraiment a faire je recommande Jacky Lemal (Regiondo juin 2020)

Thank you!

Our visitors are our best ambassadors. They focus on what they liked, touched them, interested them and it is always a treat for us to read them and respond to them. You too, let yourself be surprised and share your point of view with discoverers, history lovers …