Where to eat near the museum
A restaurant inside the museum
The A10 Canteen, Brasserie Pizzeria and traditional French cuisine
A10 Canteen €€
Located directly inside the museum, our partner restaurant offers a nice range of menus accessible to all. A 1940s atmosphere, entertainment, a pub, this is the opportunity to extend the experience with family or friends.
Eat around the museum and in Carentan
Some restaurants to discover.
La clé du bonheur €€
21 rue Sébline
50500 Carentan les Marais
Tel : 09 54 83 28 75
La fourchette sans gêne €€
7 rue de la Fourchette
50500 Saint Pellerin
Tel : 09 86 07 30 87
Oncle Scott €€
Rue de la mare
Tel : 02 33 54 06 79
You still don’t know where to sleep in the region? We have selected for you some accomodations around the museum. Consult our page dedicated to the accomodations .
Consult our page dedicated to the accomadations. And to help you organize your stay in the Manche following the footsteps of history and DDay, we have thought about some ideas for touristical and historical circuits.See our visit ideas
Discover the museum
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.
Visit the museum
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.
Where to eat?
Where to sleep?
What you think of the Normandy Victory Museum
Aurélien Dufour (Google June 2020)
One of the best museums of its type.
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)
Must Visit if in the Area..
Rev Dr Andrew Pitt (Trip Advisor 2019)
Ali Pati recommends the Normandy Victory Museum.
Ali Pati (Facebook)
Quite a nice, self-guided museum.
Charlotte Fernimen – Google
Great for organizing a school trip
fute_467000 (Petit Futé)
A great museum
Jacky Lemal (Regiondo June 2020)
We are happy to see that most of our visitors are delighted and even often positively surprised by what they have discovered in our museum. You too, let yourself be surprised ans share your point of view with the discoverers, history lovers..