1944 Tilly-sur-Seulles Battle museum
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Housed in a former 13th century chapel listed as an historic monument, this museum is interested in the battles between the 30th British Army Corps and the German troops during the Battle of Tilly-sur-Seulles, from June 7 to June 26, 1944. During this period, the Norman village is taken and loss 23 times by the English troops.
Through several windows and explanatory panels, the various episodes of the German occupation, Allied bombing and ground fighting between British and Germans are presented to visitors, not to mention the fate of the civilian population of the region.
The duration of free visit is estimated at about 45 minutes. Guided tours of one or two hours for groups are possible by reservation.
– Parking lot for coaches near the museum.
– Parking lot for light vehicles near the museum.