Juno Beach Centre | Canada in WWII
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The Juno Beach Centre in Normandy, France stands as a permanent memorial for all Canadians who served our Nation during the Second World War. It also serves as an education centre telling Canada’s story from 1939 to 1945 and provides visitors a glimpse into contemporary Canada as well. We invite all educators to discover the Juno Beach Centre and to use its educational content, to support and to complement their classroom history programs. To this end, we have developed an annual professional development program for Canadian educators and we offer educational activities - led by young Canadian guides - for school groups from all over the world.

For these reasons, the Juno Beach Centre is ideal for visiting school groups.

To learn more about our education initiatives, please contact our Program Manager.