Essential D-DAY Tour

Regular Tour departure is from Sainte Mere Eglise
Pickup/return from other places possible
08.30 -5.00 pm

(The American Military cemetery closes
at 5 pm from Sept. 30 – April 1st)

  • Lieutenant Harrie W. James, USNR, of New York, N.Y., briefs officers and men who participated in landing operations during the invasion of Southern France June 5, 1944 on the day before D-Day. (AP Photo)

Sainte-Mère Eglise

First village liberated by US Airborne forces.
Hear about the story of  the paratrooper who got caught on the church steeple

Hedgerow stop

Explanation of how the hedgerows
were at the time of the landings

Utah beach

Understand the construction of the Atlantic Wall’s
bunkers and why it was a successful landing
in part due to Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt Jr.

(not included*)

Pointe du Hoc

D-DAY’s most dangerous mission
where U.S. Rangers scaled 100 ft. high cliffs

Omaha Beach

Step on this emotional beach where so many  brave soldiers
gave their lives,
3600 casualties in the first 3 hours
and learn how they overcame the hardships
and finally got off the beach

Visit of US Military Cemetery

9387 graves – 1557  on Wall of the Missing in Action
(DNA findings are changing these numbers yearly)

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If arriving from Paris by train for a D-Day tour,
flexibility on tour schedule  depends on arrival/departure times
*several lunch options available


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Please let me know if you have some flexibility in your dates in case I’m not available the day(s) you want.