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Normandy Battlefields Tour - American Sites

  • Visit Normandy’s main US D-Day locations in just one day from Bayeux
  • Travel to the American Cemetery, Omaha Beach, and other sites in comfort
  • Hear testimonies and battle insight you might miss if going alone
Normandy Battlefields Tour - American Sites
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Normandy D-Day sites 8:30am
Visit the famous American D-Day sites on this 9-hour tour from Bayeux. Departs at 8:30am.
From US$119.26
Normandy D-Day sites 9:30am
Visit the famous American D-Day sites on this 8-hour tour from Bayeux. Departs at 9:30am from Bayeux station or Québec Square.
From US$119.26

Focus on US battle sites in Normandy and hear the full story behind the World War II D-Day landings in one full day with this tour from Bayeux. There’s no worry about transportation as you journey to the American Cemetery, Omaha Beach, and other important sights by minivan, and learn details about each site in a personalized, small-group atmosphere. Several departure times and pickup from select locations adds ease.

What to Expect

Book your preferred departure time and travel by air-conditioned minivan from Bayeux to Sainte-Mère-Eglise with a visit to its Airborne Museum, located on the site of the first US air landing of D-Day. Learn how paratroopers parachuted in the night before June 6, 1944, and hear the story of one of them: Private John Steele.

Continue to Utah Beach, where the Fourth Infantry Division stormed the sands, and visit the German Cemetery, where 21,000 soldiers are buried.

Explore Pointe du Hoc, the site of a German coastal battery, and hear how its guns were silenced by US rangers. Then, walk Omaha Beach and consider the courage of Allied forces who landed under heavy fire.

Lastly, visit the Normandy American Cemetery and Visitor Center, where 9,387 US soldiers lie overlooking Omaha. Walk among the graves before your tour finishes at the start point in Bayeux.

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Reviewed 3 days ago
Normandy Beaches and Battle Fields Tour, ddayguidedtours.com

Tour Guide Mathias LeCl'ere, absolutely excellent, encyclopedia of history of the beaches and other battle field areas. Extensive tour of the beaches and the areas behind the beaches. In depth knowledge of all of the actions and units involved plus many photos of the areas...More

Thank bobcoke3
Reviewed 1 week ago
Interesting and memorable day!

Adrian did a great job on our tour of bringing the events of D-Day, and the broader liberation of Normandy, to life through our visits to the major locations and through his personal stories. The tour was timed so that we were at the American...More

Thank Kazarl
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Above and beyond

Sunny is a brilliant, natural tour guide and driver, and went above and beyond to make our tour as complete as a day trip would allow. She picked us up on schedule at 8:45 and gave us almost 10 hours of touring—we weren’t dropped off...More

Thank Moira M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Gwen is a Great Guide

Gwen or Guen? not certain of the spelling, is a wonderful, knowledgable guide of the American sites & environs. He takes you back to the day and to the prior & subsequent histories as well. Well worth the price for his expertise. Great Tour!

Thank Pelican2018
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Outstanding, detailed tour!

What a superb day! Despite overcast and drizzle for part of the day, this was one of the best tours I ever took. Our guide was very knowledgeable and the length of the tour made it very economical. We were picked up at our hotel...More

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