D-Day: The Invasion of Normandy
& Liberation of France

Fall in with the Allies on a Tour of the Normandy Front

This in-depth tour of Normandy immerses guests in the pastoral countryside where WWII’s most significant battle once raged.

With stops at the Musée Airborne, the D-Day museum at Mémorial de Caen, the American Cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer and more, this tour is designed for the academic or amateur historian in search of the most authentic experience of Normandy as it was.

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Student Travel

Learn WWII history firsthand - from the home front in New Orleans to the beaches of Normandy

The National WWII Museum’s student travel programs allow high school and college students to earn college credit while exploring the leadership lessons and real-life decision-making scenarios of World War II. Normandy Academy brings students to the battlefields, monuments and beaches of Normandy after a rigorous online course administered by the Museum and the history department of Nicholls State University. Our Summer Residential Program brings students into the interactive exhibits, archives and even a Sherman Tank at America's Museum in New Orleans with additional historical tours of the unique city.

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Behind the Lines

Behind the Lines Tour

The Best Way to See the Museum

Explore our extensive collection of artifacts not on view to the general public in the vault, climb inside a Sherman Tank and have lunch with a Museum curator in our private dining rooms. This exclusive, one-day adventure has a limited capacity of 12 guests. Advance booking is highly recommended.

Behind the Lines also includes a docent-led tour of the Museum galleries and the Kushner Restoration Pavilion, the exclusive 4D film Beyond All Boundaries, the Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Experience and Train Car Experience plus the breathtaking US Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center. Complete your day with dinner and a show in the Museum’s Stage Door Canteen, a lively 1940s-inspired entertainment venue.

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Victory in Europe:
London, Normandy, Paris

The Best of England and Normandy with America's National WWII Museum

Sophisticated London and Paris dissolve before your eyes on the Victory in Europe Tour, where even luxury accommodations have a rich history.

Guests will gather at the palatial Royal Horseguards Hotel, a center for Britain’s intelligence agencies during the war, to begin a tour full of exclusive opportunities. Dine in diplomatic style with the founder of the Imperial War Museum and view Churchill’s private art collection at Kentwell. Skip over the Channel and join a series of expert guides in Normandy, who help plot the points of the campaign between nights at the plush Villa Lara chateau. Finally, step out for a night in glittering Paris and be reminded of everything the Allies preserved in Europe.

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Battle of the Bulge 70th Anniversary Tour

Walk Through History

Join The National WWII Museum on a tour to the Ardennes on the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge. Walk in the footsteps of American soldiers who battled against Hitler’s "Last Gamble." Travel with us to experience Belgium and Luxembourg over the 70th Anniversary commemorations, consisting of parades, celebrations, and of course expertly guided battlefield excursions.

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