Tourist Information

The Juno Beach Centre reopens its doors on May 19, daily from 10 am to 6 pm.

  • For the general public:

The permanent and temporary exhibitions and Explore Juno youth circuit are accessible, without a reservation. Plan your visit here.
The guided visits of Juno Park will be conducted at a later date once official restrictions are lifted.

  • For groups:

Due to restricted capacity, group visits will be possible starting June 9th (except under certain conditions, email for more information).

  • Sanitary Measures
    Number of visitors limited
    – Hydro-alcoholic gel dispensers at the entrance and along the museum circuit.
    – Mandatory wearing of a mask for visitors starting 6 years old and staff. Disposable mask for sale on site.
    – Application of social distancing.
    – Adapted visit content.
    – Daily cleaning and disinfection of the premises. Timestamping of each disinfection.

Juno Beach Centre Hours

May 19 - June 30, 2021 10:00 am — 6:00 pm
July 1 - Aug 31, 2021 9:30 am — 7:00 pm
Sept 1 - Oct 31, 2021 10:00 am — 6:00 pm
Nov 1 - Dec 31, 2021 10:00 am — 5:00 pm

**Closed on December 24&25 and January 1st.

Ticket sales end 45 minutes before the museum closes.

Admission Prices 2021

Adult Rate
Juno Beach Centre 7.50 €
Temporary Exhibit Only 4.00 €
Juno Park Only* 6.00 €
Juno Beach Centre + Juno Park* 12.00 €
Reduced Rate
Juno Beach Centre 6.00 €
Temporary Exhibit Only 4.00 €
Juno Park Only* 5.00 €
Juno Beach Centre + Juno Park* 10.00 €
Family Passes
Juno Beach Centre 23.00 €
Juno Beach Centre + Juno Park 35.00 €

* 6 years & up

Family Pass - maximum 2 adults and 3 children over 8 years of age.

 Free for Second World War Veterans, Second World War widows, war disabled and accompanied children under 8.

Low carbon rate **
Juno Beach Centre 5.00 €
Temporary Exhibit Only 4.00 €
Juno Park Only 4.00 €
Juno Beach Centre + Juno Park 8.00 €
Juno Beach Centre - Family 18.00 €
Juno Beach Centre + Juno Park - Family 28.00 €

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Dear visitors,

For security reasons, we do not authorize entry into the museum with luggage or backpacks.

Thank you for your cooperation.

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What to Expect

After a stop at the ticket desk, visitors are directed towards the film room where a bilingual (English/French) Canadian guide will provide a detailed introduction to the visit. After the film (4½ min.), visitors will begin their self-guided visit of the museum

  • Minimum time recommended for a visit of the museum: 1h30.
  • Please allow additional time to visit the temporary exhibit.
  • Guided tour of Juno Park: 45 min.
  • Film "They Walk With You": 12 minutes. Shown at 15 minutes, 30 minutes and 45 minutes past the hour.
  • Last film 15 minutes before closing.


At the Juno Beach Centre, visitors benefit from all the services of a modern and innovative museum to ensure an enjoyable visit:

We do not accept the presence of dogs (exception of assistance dogs) in the Juno Beach Centre as it can be very shocking for Canadians visitors and staff.

  • Free parking on site
  • Air conditioned rooms
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • A souvenir shop
  • A variety of restaurants nearby


From France


The Juno Beach Centre in Courseulles-sur-Mer is 270 km from Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport in Paris. The drive is approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes in length and includes 250km on the A13 highway. Drivers are encouraged to have change ready for the numerous toll booths.

Please visit one of the following websites to get more detailed directions to Courseulles-sur-Mer, Normandy and the Juno Beach Centre.

Google maps




Or enter the GPS coordinates of the Centre in your navigation system: 49°20’11.52″N / 0°27’42.52″W


Renting a car and touring theD-Day beaches on your own is an excellent way to visit the area, as some of the historic sites can be difficult to reach by public transportation. Information regarding car rentals is available by contacting the Tourist Office in Caen or in Bayeux. Renting a car in Paris is also an excellent option.

The Bayeux Tourist Office: Website Email: Phone: 00 33 (0) 2 31 51 28 28

The Caen Tourist Office: Website Email:  Phone: 00 33 (0) 2 31 27 14 14


To get to the Juno Beach Centre from Paris, you may take the train (TER) to Caen from the GARE ST. LAZARE in Paris. This journey takes approximately two hours. There are about 15 trains to Caen daily. Fewer trains run on Sunday. You can find all the train schedules at

Once you arrive in Caen, you will need to get to Courseulles-sur-Mer, the small coastal town where the Juno Beach Centre is located. The Centre is approximately 25km from Caen. You can take a taxi or use the regional coach service called the BUS VERTS. Once in Courseulles, the Centre is located on the west side of the port, right on the beach.

Bus vert – Line Number 3: (see the Bus Verts website at for timetables and exact fare – website in French only).

Next to the “Gare” (train station) in Caen is the “Gare des bus” (bus station) where you can purchase a ticket which costs less than 4€ one way (ask for same day return discounts and/or student discounts). Tickets can also be purchased from the bus driver. It is usually possible to take Bus No. 3 at this station but sometimes taking a tram to “Côte de Nacre” is necessary. If you need to take a tram, the stop is right in front of the train station.

A tram ticket costs less than 2€ and is valid for an hour once it is inserted in the machine on the tram to validate it. Tickets can be purchased from a machine at the tram stop. The machine only accepts coins and CB cards (French bank cards).

Once the ticket is purchased, take tram “A” in the direction of “Caen Campus 2” and stop at “Côte de Nacre“. The ride should take approximately 20-30 minutes. There are maps in all of the trams and all stops are announced on a flashing display screen. Once at “Côte de Nacre“, look for the bus stop for the Bus Vert No. 3. Bus schedules are posted in the bus shelters.

One you get on the bus, ask the driver to let you off in Courseulles at the “Chant des Oiseaux” stop. Depending if you are on an express bus or not, the ride can take between 30 minutes to a little more than 1 hour.


Travel time is approximately 30 minutes, depending on traffic. The taxi stop is in front of the Caen train station. Going to Courseulles (one way) will cost you between 40€ to 65€ depending on the company and the time of day. Make sure to ask the driver for an estimate of the price before getting in if you want to avoid a surprise. Ask the driver to bring you to the Juno Beach Centre in Courseulles. The Centre’s opening times vary depending on the season so check beforehand to ensure that you have enough time to visit.

From England


It is possible to take a Eurostar train ( from St Pancras International or from Waterloo Station in London to Gare du Nord in Paris. Travel time is a bit less than 2 1/2 hours between London and Paris. You then need to change train stations to take a regional train from Paris Saint Lazare to Caen.

A car journey via the Euro Tunnel to Calais is also possible. Travel time between Calais and Courseulles-sur-Mer is approximately 3 1/2 hours, depending on traffic.

  • from Portsmouth to Cherbourg (about 5 hours crossing)
  • from Portsmouth to Caen-Ouistreham (about 7 hours crossing)
  • from Portsmouth to Le Havre (about 6 hours crossing )
  • from Dover to Calais which is the shortest crossing, however you will need to drive, take the bus or take the train from Calais to Courseulles-sur-Mer

Note: to get to Portsmouth from London, you have several options: train, bus (National Express) or car rental. Trains from Heathrow and Central London are quite accessible. 

LD Lines: Every mile with a smile. To reach Normandy by ferry from Great Britain.

Brittany Ferries

  • from London to Paris
  • from London to Le Havre
  • from London to Deauville-St-Gatie
  • from London to Cherbourg-Maupertuis

Note: no direct flights to Courseulles-sur-Mer or Caen are available.