Memorial Museum + Guided Tour on Juno Beach
Discover the Memorial of Caen and follow the steps of the Canadians with a guided tour
21 400 Canadian soldiers walked on the beach of Juno Beach on June 6th, 1944. Recruited on a voluntary basis, the Canadians were a half-million to be sent until autumn, 1944 on the French ground. A little more than 20 % of them was French-speaking, mainly native of Quebec. One thousand died for the only D-day, on Juno.
The contribution of the Canadians to the liberation of France was considerable.
The visit of the Memorial of Caen
Bilingual guided tour of 5 hours
Iin vehicle of 15places including : the beach of Juno to Bernières-Sur-Mer, the Juno Beach Center at Courseulles-sur-mer, the Canadian Cemetery at Bény-sur-Mer and the visit of the Abbey of Ardenne
Guided tours available every Tuesday at 2 pm from June 1st till September 30th include