Route de Grandcamp
14710 Vierville-sur-Mer, France
An easy to find museum take the D517 or Boulevard de Cauvigny if you are coming from Omaha Beach via the sea front (Charlie sector). If you are coming from Omaha Beach (Easy Red sector) and the Colleville Cemetery take the D514 or Route du 6 Juin 1944. If you are coming down from the South then take the Route de la Chasse.
This museum holds an enormous amount of militaria both inside and outside the grounds. The sheer number of artifacts is staggering both donated by collectors and by locals who have collected the pieces that have washed up on the beaches over the years as well as what was left on the field of battle. This is one of those museums I could spend all day at.
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I used two different cameras on the 2013 visit. The Nikon Coolpix 35mm and the Apple iPad mini.