Arromanches 360° Museum-Cinema
D-Day and Battle of Normandy museums
Located on the heights of the town of Arromanches-les-Bains, Arromanches 360 circular cinema dominates the vestiges of one of the two artificial ports installed by the Allies.
The film “The 100 Days of the Battle of Normandy” was written by Isabelle Clarke and Daniel Costelle. Presented since February 2, 2013, it is projected on nine screens in a circular cinema mixing images of archives and contemporary images of Normandy. This true immersion at the heart of the history of the landing and the battle of Normandy is a breathtaking sensory experience, notably marked by the choice of images and the quality of the soundtrack.
Duration of the free or guided visit in French or English: about 45 min.
Film directed by Frédéric Lumière, Pascal Vannier, Martin Ka Morgan and Jean Quellien, produced by Louis Vaudeville.
For individual vehicles: municipal pay parking with more than 500 parking space: 3 €
Paid parking near the orientation table, 150 meters from the circular cinema.
For buses: 6 parking spaces (free)