Our Next Trip

2017 & 2018: Normandy Allies offers opportunities to commemorate strategic events of the Normandy Landings.

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Join us as we voyage to Normandy!

Normandy Allies offers two programs in 2017 & 2018

Dates for 2017:
May 27-June 9, 2017
July 16-29, 2017

Dates for both programs in 2018 will be available Summer 2017.


Normandy Allies: England & France

May 27-June 9, 2017

An opportunity to explore strategic events of the Normandy Landings

Phase I: England (May 27-30)

London itinerary includes the Cabinet War Rooms, HMS Belfast, Imperial War Museum, and Bletchley Park. The group embarks by ferry from Portsmouth for a morning arrival on the Normandy coast.

Phase II: Normandy (May 31-June 8)

Lodging in Bayeux, Grandcamp-Maisy, and Saint-Lô. The group will enjoy the rich heritage and wonderful cuisine of Normandy while visiting sites significant to the Normandy Landings and Liberation. The itinerary includes: Omaha, Utah, Gold, Juno, and Sword Beaches; the American Cemeteries at Colleville and Saint James; Graignes, La Fière, Sainte-Mère-Eglise and the Airborne Museum; Saint-Lô and the bocage; Pointe du Hoc, Chateau Colombières and the marshes, Arromanches, Longues s/Mer, Pegasus Bridge, Abbaye d’Ardenne, Bayeux Tapestry, Bayeux Cathedral, Mont St. Michel, and more…. Transfer to Paris late June 8, with departures on June 9.

A journey not for the ordinary tourist but for those who wish to understand the Normandy experience of 1944 in greater depth …the days are intensive and rich with meaning… talking with historians and walking the beaches… a journey to remember…

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From the Landing Beaches to Saint-Lô: The International Experience

July 16-29, 2017

Our journey begins in Bayeux, as we explore the World War II British and Canadian sectors. Visits include: Caen Peace Memorial, Juno Beach, Abbaye d’Ardenne, Pegasus Bridge, Arromanches Circular Theater and Mulberry Museum, Longues s/mer Battery, British Cemetery, and more…

We absorb French heritage with the Bayeux Tapestry and Cathedral, Mont St. Michel, and more…

We move on to Grandcamp-Maisy and the American sector as our journey takes us from Omaha Beach and Utah Beach through the hedgerow country to Saint-Lô. Historians and Normans who lived through the landings and the liberation share their experiences with us. Visits include: Pointe du Hoc, Omaha Beach & the Normandy American Military Cemetery, Utah Beach, Graignes, La Fière, Sainte-Mère-Eglise & the Airborne Museum, Saint-Lô & bocage areas, LaCambe Cemetery, Chateau Colombières & the marshes, rue Captain Carter, Wall of Remembrance, Trevières… and more….

as we remember and honor the 1st Division, 29th Division, 4th Division, 35th Division, 82nd Airborne, 101st Airborne

All details in print-format only.
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