In 2014, join Uniworld in Normandy and mark this poignant day in World War II history with a special river cruise you will never forget.
The museum is located along the stretch of coastline that was designated as "Gold Beach" during D-Day. Its close proximity to the shore allows visitors to see remnants of two Mulberry harbors; these portable temporary harbors were essential for rapidly unloading cargo during the invasion. LEARN MORE
During the Normandy landings, the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division was responsible for taking the section of coastline known as "Juno Beach." The Juno Beach Centre is the only museum in Normandy that commemorates the contributions made by Canadian forces throughout the war. LEARN MORE
Located in the Colleville-sur-Mer, near the section of coastline designated "Omaha Beach," the cemetery and memorial honor American soldiers who lost their lives while fighting in Europe. Throughout 2014, Uniworld guests can participate in a special ceremony during their visit that involves a wreath laying, the American anthem, and a moment of silence. LEARN MORE