Sad news 😢 loved our visit there, will be back soon
Bon courage à toute l’équipe
You have done a magnificent job at the Museum and honouring all who were involved in the historic events that contributed so much towards ending the war. Thank you. All the very best to you and your families. Stay safe. Hope to see you next year ❤️
Stay safe. We will be back
I was last one out at 5pm ! Best wishes to all the staff.
Good to have seen you only once this year. Lets hope for better next year
Bon courage et prenez soin de vous, à bientôt <3
STEVEN HOPE YOU BEING LAST ONE TO LEAVE MUSEUM BEING A OLD PRISON WARDEN HOPE YOU LOCKED IT PROPERLY HÀHA🤣🤣🤣🖕🖕
Thanks Mark and the staff at the best museum in Normandy what a shame. Always have a good day there see you all soon I hope
A bientôt 👍🇧🇪
Stay safe everyone - sorry not to have seen you this year - see you in 2021!
Take care to everyone who works there. I can't wait to come back and see you again!
A bientôt... Stay safe everyone
As long as everyone is safe x
Stay safe guys and girls xx
An excellent museum, beautifully laid out, and fantastic staff, well led by Mark Worthington. Wonderful memories.
Reste en sécurité mes amis!
Je pense bien à vous tous. Bon courage.
Best wishes to you all at Pegasus
Dommage que le Pegasus ne soit plus sur l’eau mais dans un champ
Je suis tellement triste de savoir qu'un si beau lieu de mémoires ferme à son tour ses portes... À très bientôt j'espère. Catherine
Courage à nos amis français,l espoir de jours meilleurs à bientôt 👍🇧🇪🇫🇷
Take care all. See you soon 💪🏻
Bon courage 👍
Sad times, stay safe and hopefully we can get to visit again soon.
Good luck to France in overcoming the virus.
Thinking of you all from here in Virginia in the US. When I think of strength and bravery, I think of your country and the other allies in WWII.
Its terrible to hear you need to close... again... there will be better times soon! All the best and stay save and healthy! ❤️
We can’t wait to get back out there and bring more groups to your excellent museum and memorial.
I was lucky enough to visit Pegasus a few years ago. With luck I will return. Good Luck France from Nova Scotia, Canada 🇨🇦
Love the museum, love France and its people. See you again one day soon hopefully.
I was able to visit several years ago too, very moving. Best wishes from Utah USA🇺🇸
Stay safe and well.
Mary B Bugg in remembrance of your dad ♥️
Musée Mémorial Pegasus Musée Mémorial Pegasus is with Muriel Jasmin and 2 others.
2 months ago
D-Day veteran, Harry Billinge has had a high-speed train named after him.
Harry was 18 years old, serving as a Royal Engineer, when he landed on Gold Beach on 6th June 1944. He fought in Normandy at Caen and in the Falaise Pocket.
Harry who has visited the Memorial Pegasus on a number of occasions raised over £25 000 for the Normandy Memorial Trust which is managing the project for the new memorial to the fallen under construction at Ver sur Mer.
The Queen decorated Harry, from St Austell in Cornwall, with the MBE for his outstanding fund raising efforts.
The Great Western Railway company (GWR) which runs services from London to the West Country and has a tradition of naming trains after illustrious individuals has named 7 of its locomotives after remarkable people from the 2nd World War. ...
Claude Louis, former mayor of Saint Vaast en Auge, has sadly passed away following an illness bravely fought.
Claude, along with his family, was a staunch supporter of the D-Day commemorations notably in his village where 12 soldiers of 6th Airborne Division are buried.
Every year in June, veterans, their families and friends accompany British and Canadian servicemen and women to pay their respects to their fallen comrades. Claude, with his son Ludovic and their family always assured that they received a special welcome.
Claude enjoyed visiting the Memorial Pegasus and regularly attended the commemorations at Pegasus Bridge along with his friends from the Mont Canisy Battery.
The future commemorations are now in the capable hands of his son Ludovic.
Claude we will miss your down to earth straightforward approach to life, your integrity, and your humor.
Rest in Peace. ...
Students of the Tunon International School at Caen visited the museum today.
The school is one of the world’s most reputable centres of education in the domain of the hospitality industry specializing in tourisme, hoteliers, aviation, events and also the sports industry.
The students were interested to learn about D-Day but also how the museum functioned on a day to day basis.
The curator reminded the students, all in their late teens and early twenties, that the men and woman involved in the conflict 76 years ago were the same age as themselves. ...
L'ensemble des étudiants de l'Ecole Internationale Tunon Caen remercie chaleureusement l'équipe du Musée Mémorial Pegasus pour son accueil et son professionnalisme. Au plaisir d'une prochaine visite 🙂
How true that is I was one of those who landed on Juno Beach I was 18, years old had my 19th Birthday on that beach,
Why are these "people" wearing muzzles? Do they bite?