Caen Memorial is ?a museum for peace.'
An inevitable site in Normandy, the Memorial deserves a long visit during which you will learn about the attacks which damaged the city and the region during World War I and World War II.
Suggest this educational visit to your children!
Mémorial de Caen
Esplanade Dwight-Eisenhower 14000 Caen
Telephone: + 33 (0) 2 31 06 06 44.
Closed from 1 to 15 of January and on Christmas Day.
Open every day from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm in the winter and from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm in the summer.
Ticket prices: ?3.50 or ?5.
The access to the museum is lined with twelve flags representing all the countries that participated in the battle of Normandy.© Stéphane Dévé / Le Mémorial de Caen
This jet, the most produced one of all time, was used by the USSR for a long time.© Stéphane Dévé / Le Mémorial de Caen
This legendary car from the former GDR is exhibited in the collection dedicated to the Germany of 1945 to 1989.© Stéphane Dévé / Le Mémorial de Caen
This aeroplane of British design was one of the best fighter-bombers during the Second World War. Yet, at the beginning, it wasn't very well-designed.© Stéphane Dévé / Le Mémorial de Caen
All along the visit that retraces the wars and atrocities which occurred during the 20th century, visitors can discover the machines of war that wrote a chapter of our history.© Zechal / 123RF