Description: The Canadian Museum is located on the edge of Juno Beach that was the site of the D-Day landings by Canadian soldiers. The museum exhibits cover not only the landings themselves but they also give an insight into Canadian culture and life, both past and present. Following a welcome by bilingual Canadian guides and an introductory film, you are free to wander at will through the rest of the exhibition.

Location: Voie des Français Libres-BP 104, 14470, just off the coastal D514 on the western edge of Courseulles-sur-Mer.

General Information: Open from February to end of December, opening times do vary by month. Centre prices – Adult €7* Reduced Rate €5.50*.


Our Recommendations: If time permits take one of the guided park tours (extra charges) which take place outside the museum on the beach itself and among local remains of the defensive Atlantic wall.

For the Children: This visit is particularly appropriate for children who can follow two fictional characters, Peter and Madeleine in a discovery of Canada from 1930’s to the present day.

* please note that prices are subject to change, so check the providers’ website for latest information


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