Arromanches 360 Museum
The Arromanches 360 cinema sits atop the heights of the same name, providing visitors with the chance to experience the Battle of Normandy as if they were really there. This was where the Allies defeated the German army in 1944, making it an important site in the Normandy military campaign.
This seaside village was host to an artificial port made of 71 boxes, 500 meters of docks and 8 floating roadways, a unique work in the history of mankind.
The circular cinema dominates the remains of the artificial harbor and immerses the viewer in the operations that it documents.
19 minutes of previously unseen images
With projections surrounding you on 9 high-definition screens, the new film "Normandy's 100 Days" recounts the terrible Battle of Normandy in its entirety.
Presenting images collected from sources worldwide, the film takes you back to the events that occurred 70 years ago in just 20 minutes.
From July 2 to September 11, take part of a hike between Arromanches and Merville-Franceville. Every wednesday with a departure from an historical sites or a seaside location.