A Normandy D-Day Tour with Kids: Juno  Beach  Centre

Juno Beach is in France. It spans from Courseulles, a village just east of the British beach Gold, to Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, and just west of the British beach Sword.

 It is one of five beaches that were active during World War 2 and part of the Normandy landings. Whether you are looking for a nice day at the beach or to bask in some history, you won’t be disappointed.

If you are planning a trip to visit Juno Beach and take in the D-Day tour, driving is likely your best option.

Juno Beach Centre: A D-Day Tour of Normandy - The museum has permanent and visiting exhibits that depict the contributions made by Canadian soldiers during the war.

Juno Beach

We spent about twenty minutes walking Juno Beach on our D-Day Tour of Normandy after our tour of the bunkers.

It’s about 45 minutes, and you can visit the German Command Post and the Observation bunker, which are only accessible on the tour.

Juno Park

Where to Eat Nearby We ate lunch at Creperie de la Plage which has great views of the beach. The prices are fair and the food was great.

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