75th Anniversary of D-Day

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Juno beach centre visit

Ever wonder how Canada and its Allies were preparing for D-Day, 75 years ago? Check out our interactive timeline below to discover the major events leading to Canada’s date with destiny on Juno Beach.

Please take note that the Juno Beach Centre will be closed for visiting on June 5th and 6th 2019 due to the ceremonies for the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

A large volume of visitors is expected in the museum from June 2 to 9, 2019. The chart below shows anticipated visitor volume, and will help you best prepare your visit to the Juno Beach Centre.

Any group that has not already booked their visit of the Juno Beach Centre for that period is asked to contact our group bookings as soon as possible resa@junobeach.org.

OFFICIAL CEREMONY ON JUNE 6TH

You must register online with Veterans Affairs Canada if you plan to attend ceremony on June 6, 2019.To register, go to Veterans Affair Canada.

Registration will close on March 31, 2019, or earlier if capacity is reached. Registration on the day of the ceremony will not be possible.

For updated information regarding access to the site, event schedule and transportation details, please consult the Veterans Affairs Canada website regularly at  veterans.gc.ca/D-Day75 .  Please contact vac.normandy2019-normandie2019.acc@canada.ca with any questions.

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Travelling to Juno?

For travel inspiration, stories, videos, special offers, and travel opportunities, check out JunoBeachTravel.com

Travelling to Juno?

For travel inspiration, stories, videos, special offers, and travel opportunities, check out JunoBeachTravel.com