- Guided tour
- 4 Hours
- Tour in English
- Free time
- Free Wi-Fi
American D-Day Experience - afternoon half day group tour
Experience the main highlights in the Omaha sector of the Normandy landing beaches. An experienced guide will lead you through the action from start to finish, ensuring that you feel the bravery of the men that fought and died here.
Main sites we visit
Pointe Du Hoc, Omaha Beach and the American Cemetery.
- Maximum of 15 clients per tour
- Guided visits with free time to take photos and explore
- Rated number 1 on Tripadvisor - the worlds largest travel review site
As we have limited space on board the vehicles we use for this tour, we cannot carry large items of luggage. Small back packs and small overnight bags are acceptable.
Adult pricing for all seats
European law dictates that all passengers, regardless of age are required to have a seat. Therefore, adult pricing applies to all passengers regardless of age. If you are planning to take this tour with young children, please note they may be required to have a car seat. When booking, please specify their age and if required, we will provide a car seat.
Clients with reduced mobility
As we have limited space onboard the vehicles we use for this tour, we are sorry but it is not possible to carry in our vehicles any of the following:
Wheelchairs (including fold up types)
If you need to cancel your booking, as long as you have given us at least 7 days notice, we will offer a full refund (minus chargebacks we are forced to pay). If you want total peace of mind, we suggest taking our cancellation insurance when booking. If you take this insurance, you have the right to cancel up to the time of the tour departure.
|Operates from April 1st until October 31st|
|Monday||13:45 - 17:45||Bayeux, Place de Quebec|
|Tuesday||13:45 - 17:45||Bayeux, Place de Quebec|
|Wednesday||13:45 - 17:45||Bayeux, Place de Quebec|
|Thursday||13:45 - 17:45||Bayeux, Place de Quebec|
|Friday||13:45 - 17:45||Bayeux, Place de Quebec|
|Saturday||13:45 - 17:45||Bayeux, Place de Quebec|
|Sunday||13:45 - 17:45||Bayeux, Place de Quebec|
Please note that no services will be operating during the last two weeks of August
We close to allow our team to take some vacation time
Meeting pointWe recommend arriving by 13:35
We kindly ask that you be at the tour departure point at Place De Quebec in Bayeux at least 10 minutes before the tour is due to depart.
Meeting pointDeparture time
We like to run on time and if you are not at the departure point by the advertised departure time, we will depart. There will be others on board that have arrived on-time and we do not want to impact their experience. If you do arrive late, you will need to take a cab at your own expense to catch up with the tour. We strongly advise you to arrive early for the tour as no refunds will be considered if you miss the service.
US Army RangersPointe Du Hoc
During World War Two, the Nazis were in the process of building the Atlantik Wall; a series of fortifications from Norway to the border of France and Spain. Stretching for over 2000 miles, this formidable construction of fortifications was designed to try and prevent an Allied landing in the west. One such site was located at the Pointe Du Hoc in Normandy. Consisting of 6 long range gun positions and many other concrete bunkers, it posed a real threat to Allied shipping on D-Day. As this battery was right between the two American landing beaches, Allied planners had no choice but to knock out this position. Here you will hear the incredible stories of bravery shown by US Army Rangers who had to scale nearly 100 feet of cliffs to destroy the guns.
29th and 1st InfantryOmaha Beach
The US 1st Infantry and 29th Infantry Divisions, as well as elements of the US Army Rangers were tasked with opening up 5 exit points to start the movement inland. Supported with incredible air and sea pre-bombardment, Allied planners expected to be moving off the beach area within 2 hours. Sadly, this was not the case and this is why many documentaries and movies have been made about this location. When you hear the stories from your guide, you will understand why this beach is known as, "Bloody Omaha".
Time to reflectNormandy American Cemetery
The Normandy American Cemetery covers 172 acres and is the final resting place for 9386 service men and women. You will have sufficient time to explore the visitor center before taking the time to reflect in the cemetery .
Four women and three Medal of Honor recipients, including Theodore Roosevelt Jr, are some of the most notable people buried here.
End of the tourBayeux
We will finish the tour at the same location as we started. However, if you wish to be dropped off at the train station, please notify the guide after we depart the American Cemetery. Please note that we do not drop off at hotels.