Walking tour of the US Cemetery
- Walking tour at the American Cemetery
- Learn about the D-Day Landing
- Perfect tour for History lovers
In this guided tour, you will visit the American cemetery with a local guide and learn about the history of D-Day, June 6th,1944. The U.S. Cemetery is a place of reverence, remembrance, and peace. This enormous cemetery, laid out in the style of a Latin cross, is the final resting place for the brave men who went to fight for freedom and what was right. It is not only a burial ground for Americans, but also a handful of other nationalities. In addition to the traditional cross to indicate those of Christian Faith, there are also Stars of David to mark the Jewish lives lost.
Even though the story behind each grave is a sad one, the sacrifice of all deserves to be recognized. Some of them are well-known, such as the three Medal of Honor recipients, three generals (including General Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.), the two Niland brothers (the basis for the movie “Saving Private Ryan”), and the Ollie Reed father and son duo.
- Local Guide (english only)
- Guided tour inside the cemetery
- Free access to the cemetery
- Guided tour inside the visitor center
- Child price (3-9): free
14710 Colleville-sur-Mer, France
Do NOT go directy inside the visitors' center. Meet your guide 15 minutes before departure outside of the visitors' center building located close to the parking lot of the American Cemetery.
- Latecomers can't join the tour nor postpone or get a refund
Departure at 11.00am
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