The American paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division were the first to arrive in Normandy. Their mission was to take Carentan, a vital junction between the landing beaches. Established at the heart of the American sector, this exclusive heritage offers 2 museums: D-Day Experience featuring the American troops and the Dead’s Man’s Corner for the German “Green Devils”.
Better than studying History, come and live it !
Board a real C-47 aircraft for a unique simulated ride to relive the Normandy landings as an American paratrooper on D-Day!
The hangar authentic exhibits will immerse you into D-Day operations with its interactive virtual briefing. You’ll be assigned your crucial mission to liberate France.
The original house called Dead Man's Corner portrays the German elite troops.
A modern feel museum which tells the story of our liberators in a different manner.
«A realistic experience», as described by WWII veterans.
5 Top Reasons to visit D-DAY EXPERIENCE
- A modern museography that is both unusual and innovative.
- An immersive visit with 3D briefing and recreated hangar for the 4D flight simulation
- An outstanding, authentic and unmatched collection of artefacts
- A memorial dedicated to the Airborne troops
- A historic circuit to retrace the steps of the 101st Airborne. The 20-mile route will take you the landmarks of the battle of Carentan.
See and Do
- D-Day Experience (Dead Man's Corner Museum) Saint-Côme-du-Mont (Carentan les Marais) (0.0 miles) - The American paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division were the first to arrive in Normandy. Their...
- First Normandy Battlefield Tours Cretteville (5.6 miles) - We specialise in D Day Tours of the Normandy beaches and battlefields, catered specifically for priv...
- DALE BOOTH NORMANDY TOURS Pretot ste Suzanne (6.7 miles) - We provide high quality, fully private, D Day tours, of all areas of, what is, the outdoor museum of...
- Utah Beach Museum SAINTE MARIE DU MONT (7.0 miles) - June 6, 1944. Thousands of American soldiers storm Utah Beach to engage in a pitched battle. But thi...