Normandy Research Foundation

Boston, MA

© 2019 Normandy Research Foundation



A Visit to Normandy
We will visit the most important sites for the Americans on D-Day. Cities, towns, beaches and cliff tops filled with a unique and heroic story just waiting to be shared with our present day warriors and heroes. 
American Cemetery at Colleville-Sur-Mer
No memorial is as moving as the American Cemetery and Memorial at Omaha Beach. A walk amongst the Crosses and Stars of David -with each facing west towards home, each name its own story, is truly a remarkable and humbling experience.
Utah Beach & The Utah Beach Museum
The location where American troops landed on June 6, 1944, the Utah Beach Museum showcases a vast collection of objects, vehicles, materials, and oral histories that explain the strategies behind the allied invasion at Normandy and the reasons for the mission's success.
Visit the Most Important Sites of Normandy:
Cliff Tops
and more!

View of Utah Beach from a bunker in Normandy, France

Landing at Normandy:

The 5 Beaches of D-Day

Utah Beach

Omaha Beach  

Gold Beach  

Juno Beach

Sword Beach