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Full-Day Group Tour of American D-Day Beaches from Bayeux

Highlights
  • Book this American D-Day beaches tour in advance to guarantee your spot
  • Get the chance to explore more than six sites in just one day
  • A guide dives into the history with you at each site
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Full-Day Group Tour of American D-Day Beaches from Bayeux
From US$126.73
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8:15am Bayeux Centre - Fantastic guided tour of the American D-Day beaches. (Not suitable for a day trip from Paris).
From US$126.73
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8:45am Bayeux Center - Fantastic guided tour of the American D-Day beaches. (Not suitable for a day trip from Paris).
From US$126.73
Overview
This full-day American D-Day beaches tour packs in more sites than other tours and gives you plenty of insight into the history of WWII. Listen to guide commentary full of little-known facts and relax during round-trip transport.
What to Expect
Your full-day American D-Day tour starts with a pickup from central Bayeux. Hop in your vehicle, and get ready to see the American D-Day beaches, as well as the stunning American cemetery.

As you ride, your guide tells you all about the WWII history and D-Day—June 6, 1944. Your main stops include Carentan, Utah Beach, Sainte-Mere-Eglise, Pointe Du Hoc and Omaha Beach. At each stop, your guide goes into great detail about how each location played a huge role in D-Day and the war.

You will also have free time to explore the sites on your own. To conclude this tour, we will finish at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial. You will be stunned by the magnificence of this tribute to the fallen. Row after row of perfectly aligned crosses of the brave souls who made the ultimate sacrifice. One of the last things you will see on this tour is the lowering of the American flag to the sound of taps. An emotional end to an emotional day!

Your D-Day tour ends with drop-off back in Bayeux.
Reviews (417)
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Excellent

This was a superb tour. Mike was extremely knowledgeable, kept us on track, was able to answer every question and really provided excitement and knowledge on this tour. Highly recommend it

1  Thank LBlissful
Reviewed 2 days ago
Outstanding Experience

My tour with Mike was absolutely outstanding! His professionalism is well complemented by his passion for history. Mike is a walking history book who is well versed in all things WW2. Mike shares the stories of those who no longer can, and it is truly...More

2  Thank Jared B
Reviewed 4 days ago
Fantastic tour and truly memorable!

Our tour with Mike was excellent from start to finish. It far exceeded our expectations. We were 2 families with 7 kids and Mike truly made it memorable for all of us. He was great with the kids and made them feel like they were...More

2  Thank Jeremy and Kare... P
Reviewed 1 week ago
Very accurate and detailed. Tom, our guide, told us many of the side stories surrounding D Day and the areas.

We found Tom, our guide, very informative and knowledgeable. The weather that day in November happened to be perfect and it made the trip more enjoyable. The most moving part was standing on the ground where many soldiers fought and died that day. Tom narrated...More

Thank Cosmopolitan664979
Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent

I thoroughly appreciated the guide's informative stories at each site and during the ride between sites. Plenty of time together as a group and also free time to explore. Convenient pick-up location in central Bayeux.

Thank Happiness627224
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John P
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Response from Kathleen G | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there's a lot of parking.
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We did visit Utah Beach but the museum was not a part of the tour. However, if my memory is correct, I believe we had some limited free time at Utah Beach so you have some time walk into the museum. But don't count on a... More
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