2024 calendar of exhibitions on the Battle of Normandy

This page presents the calendar of the various exhibitions dedicated to the Battle of Normandy and organized on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy in 2024.

This program is currently being developed. To have your exhibition featured, send me an e-mail.

Location: Vierville-sur-Mer (Calvados) – Salle des fêtes, avenue de Bedford
– 10am-6pm: photo exhibition of the gangways of the “Mulberry A” artificial harbor at Omaha Beach in 1944, and of the reassembly operations in 2004.
Free admission.

Location: Grandcamp-Maisy (Calvados) – Military Classic Center, ZA Synergie
– Day: exhibition open to the public, featuring numerous vehicles and artefacts from the Second World War and the Battle of Normandy. Information: +33 (0)2.33.44.44.44.

Location: Courseulles-sur-Mer (Calvados) – Galerie l’Onde, 8 ter Rue de la Mer
– 10am-8pm: exhibition of infrared prints of D-Day sites in Normandy.
Free admission.

Location: Formigny-la-Bataille (Calvados) – Salle des Fêtes
– 9am-6pm: historical and philatelic exhibition on the theme of the liberation of Normandy.
Free admission.

Location: Isigny-sur-Mer (Calvados) – Château de Vouilly
– Times to be confirmed: exhibition on the theme of war correspondents and artists.
Price: from 5 Euros.

Location: La Cambe (Calvados) – Salle des Fêtes
– 10am-12.30pm / 2pm-7pm: historical exhibition on the war years in the La Cambe area.
Free admission.

Location: Bernières-sur-Mer (Calvados) – West part of the Maison des Canadiens, 34 avenue des Français
– 10am-12pm / 2pm-6pm: exhibition dedicated to civilian witnesses to the D-Day landings at Bernières.
Free admission.

Location: Arromanches-les-Bains (Calvados) – Musée d’Arromanches, jardin des pins.
– 09:00-19:00: exhibition of books on the Battle of Normandy, with text extracts and photos. Free admission.

Location: Angoville-au-Plain – Saint-Côme & Saint-Damien church, 1 Rue de l’Église, 50480 Carentan-les-Marais
– 2pm-5pm: exhibition in tribute to the two American medics of the 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment (101st Airborne Division), Kenneth J. Moore and Robert E. Wright, in the church.
Free admission.

Location: Auvers (Manche) – Salle des fêtes, 43 rue de l’église.
– 09:30-19:30: Model and figurine exhibition on the theme of the Battle of Normandy.
Admission: 2 Euros per person (1 Euro for children under 12).

Location: Quettreville-sur-Sienne – Ferme du Marais, 5 rue de la Girardière, Hyenville
– 10 a.m.-6 p.m.: reconstruction of a Norman village at the heart of the Battle of Normandy between occupation and liberation, exhibitions, conferences on the theme of life at the time.
Daily rate: 8 Euros. Catering on site.

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