Where to eat near the museum

We have selected for you some places to eat located near the Normandy Victory Museum. If you do not yet know where to eat after or before your visit, here are some ideas for restaurants around Carentan and in la Manche.

A restaurant inside the museum

The A10 Canteen, Brasserie Pizzeria and traditional French cuisine

a10 canteen restaurant carentan

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, restaurant in carentan

La clé du bonheur €€

A restaurant and a tea room that offers vegetarian cuisine with a menu that changes with the days, seasons and the market.

21 rue Sébline 50500 Carentan les Marais

Tel : 09 54 83 28 75 Website

Restaurant la fourchette à Catz

La fourchette sans gêne €€

2 minutes from the museum, this restaurants offers traditional French cuisine. Unlimited buffet and local and traditional products.

7 rue de la Fourchette 50500 Saint Pellerin

Tel : 09 86 07 30 87 Website

Oncle Scott, restaurant in carentan - 10 mn from the musée

Oncle Scott €€

A “country” restaurant created by a Norman in love with America. On the menu an assortment of Franco-American and regional cuisine.

Rue de la mare 50500 Carentan-les-marais

Tel : 02 33 54 06 79 Website

L'escale des sens, upscale restaurant in Carentan

L'escale des sens €€€

This upscale restaurant offers French and traditional cuisine using fresh and with quality products.

15 place du Général de Gaulle 50500 Carentan

Tel : 02 33 42 08 87 Website

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.

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What you think of the Normandy Victory Museum

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 in an armored vehicle 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 - 05 June 2021

Very beautiful museum, we never tire of it

Very nice 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

Fascinating 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 keep a teenager interested! One of the best WWII museums we've done!
Clairettebrunette - Tripadvisor - 11 août 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 appealed to us. TO RECOMMEND!
805martinep - Tripadvisor - 5 juillet 2020

I recommend

Great museum with the little extra you can touch objects and even get into a jeep. Very good restaurant and very nice chariot ride I recommend.
Aurélien Dufour ( Google juin 2020)

From a connoisseur

Although knowing the subject fairly well, I enjoyed the discussions the group had with the guide. I recommend !
Franck Dehaudt - Regiondo - 10 Aout 2020

One of the best museums of its type.

Excellent family visit, coming from Tours. Beautiful paintings of reconstructions of scenes from Norman life in 1940 until the liberation that really immersed us. An impressive collection which allows us to understand this period of our history and to perpetuate the memory. Do not miss!!
Nico37000 (Trip Advisor)

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 - 18 aout 2020

Must Visit if in the Area..

A living museum in which it is possible to touch certain objects during the visit ... suddenly children are much more interested and the settings adapted to all audiences. Without being very long, the visit immerses you in the France of the years 39-45. A very warm welcome.
We will come back with pleasure
JeanChris2007 (Trip Advisor)

Must visit museum

Good evening both inside and outside, the visit to the museum was memorable, we have very beautiful things with perfect organization.
DPdeLaBarolliere - TripAdvisor - 29 aout 2020

Quite a nice, self-guided museum.

it immerses you in the daily life of the GI's and the Wehrmacht. With a soundtrack worthy of the "Longest Day", you will be surprised by a burst of MG 42 or by the sound of the tracks of a Panzer. Exceptionally, we were able to attend a live and open-air demonstration of Panther, Panzer IV and Sherman tanks on loan from the Saumur tank museum from June 1 to 5, 2019 for the 75th anniversary of the landing.
Christophe Araignon - Local Guide Google

Great for organizing a school trip

Great time for schoolchildren to discover. The diversity of the proposals (museum visit + obstacle course + chariot course) thrilled the students. Staff available. Super welcome .. TO DO AGAIN
fute_467000 (Petit Futé)

A great museum

A great museum and a great team they saved us by tracking down our camper van stuck in the parking lot with their tank like what the old can be used for the modern ???? and the experience of the chariot ride offered on the site is really to do I recommend
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's 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 ...