Take your group to see the historic sites of the Allied invasion of Normandy in the largest seaborne invasion in history. This tour aims to look into the Allied troop’s contribution to the invasion focusing on the British storming Pegasus Bridge and landing on Juno, Sword, and Gold Beaches. Our expert guides will talk you through the ordeals, hardships, and human toll which took place at these sites.
The tour also aims to examine America’s D-Day at the bloody Omaha Beach which is well documented in many war films such as “Saving Private Ryan”. The beach has many memorials as well as the Normandy War Museum and Overlord Museum with interesting artefacts and stories from this time.Ask a Question Get a Quote
Morning: Departure from your school and travel to Dover for English Channel crossing into France.
Afternoon: Arrival at accommodation and settling down period.
Morning: Britain’s D-day landing beaches and Pegasus Bridge. Group visits the original bridge which saw the first fighting of the invasion at the Memorial Pegasus Museum.
Afternoon: Spend the afternoon visiting the British landing beaches of Sword Beach followed by Juno Beach and a chance to visit the Juno Beach Centre. Also, on this day the group visits Gold Beach where the heaviest casualties from British troops were suffered.
Evening: Evening return back to accommodation and overnight stay.
Morning: After breakfast, travel to Omaha Beach to see the America’s D-day landing beach and a visit to the American Normandy Cemetery, Normandy War Museum and Overlord Museum.
Afternoon: Spend the afternoon in St Mere Eglise where American paratroppers descended upon the town during D-day and hear of the stories which took place during the invasion.
Evening: Evening return to accommodation and overnight stay.
Morning: After breakfast, group checks-out of accommodation and travels to Calais for return crossing back into England.
Afternoon: Afternoon arrival back at school.