Through the various memorial exhibitions, relive the key stages of June 6, 1944 on the D-Day landing beaches and the advance of Allied troops in the Normandy countryside.
Humanity is at the heart of the exhibition “Great Women in the War” at the Juno Beach Center and on the 7 kiosks “In Their Footsteps” set up outside in 7 communes.
You will discover the testimonies of the actors and witnesses of the Second World War: the stories of those who lived in Normandy and who were liberated by the Allies.
And also the stories of the soldiers who were on the barges of the Landing and who fought the enemy on Juno and Sword Beach.
Learn more about the temporary exhibitions :
- Outdoor exhibition tour “In their footstepsThe exhibition In Their Footsteps: the story of the men and women who experienced the D-Day landings on 6 June […]
- Exhibit “In their footsteps”7 outdoor kiosks pay homage to soldiers and civilians of D-DAY through archive images, witness accounts and biographies. They present […]
- Temporary exhibit « Great women during the war 1939-1945This exposition pays tribute to some of those women – Canadian and European alike – in recognition of their courage […]