Juno Beach Center – Courseulles-sur-Mer

Juno Beach Center

D-Day and Battle of Normandy museums

Located in Courseulles-sur-Mer, the Juno Beach Center traces the history of Canadians during the Second World War. Through a film, temporary exhibitions and collections of period objects, visitors can discover the commitment of the Canadian Armed Forces.

The museum, located in the immediate vicinity of Juno Beach, also offers to visit the remains of the command post of the 6th company of the 736 German Infantry Regiment.

The Juno Beach Center originated in the initiative of a Canadian veteran of the Battle of Normandy, Garth Webb (who died in 2012), who decided in the 1990s to raise funds so that a memory space dedicated to Canadians Or finally built in the historic area of ​​the landing beaches. The museum was inaugurated on June 6, 2003, on the occasion of the 59th anniversary of D-Day, in the presence of Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, accompanied by a thousand Canadian veterans, and French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin.

Useful information

Contact

Address: Voie des Français Libres, F-14470 Courseulles-sur-Mer
Telephone: 02 31 37 32 17
E-Mail: contact@junobeach.org
Website: Juno Beach Center

Access

Parking:
– Car park near the museum
Places available for coaches.