The scale of the Normandy Museum is not very large. This museum still looks great. It has a lot of collections. It mainly contains some historical memorabilia. Here you can experience the traditional life of Normandy in an authentic way. It is still worth recommending.
There is a war memorial in District =, the focus is on the overview of the World War and the Cold War. Tickets are valid for 24 hours and can be divided into two days.
A collection of some historical souvenirs, authentically showing the traditional life of Normandy
The exterior of the building is very unremarkable, and the internal collections are very valuable
Different museums say that if you don’t know a city very well, visiting a museum or art gallery in that city is the fastest way to understand the city. So this time I came to France and I chose the Normandy Museum. As a stop on this trip to France. The Normandy Museum is located to the left of the Kahn Castle. It shows visitors the history and culture of the Normandy region. Friends who want to understand the Normandy Landing may be disappointed. The main display here is the local historical changes and has nothing to do with the Normandy Landing. It can be seen from the appearance of the museum that this building has a very long history and a sense of age. Tickets for this museum are not expensive, and there are some Chinese materials in it. If you don’t understand French, you can rent a Chinese guide at the entrance of the museum for only three euros. But because I didn’t do the relevant history homework, I didn’t quite understand it when I went to the museum. I came out after only half an hour. It is still very worthwhile, I recommend everyone to take a look! Address: Le Chateau, 14000 Caen, France Opening hours: October to May, 9:30-18:00, closed on Tuesday; open every day from June to September. Tickets: Free. Transportation: It is recommended to drive or rent a car.