Founded in 1063 by William the Conqueror, the Benedictine abbey of Saint Etienne (Saint Stephen) in Caen was consecrated in 1077. The 18th century monastic...Read more
13th to 18th century monastic buildings. Collection of 13th century glazed tiles. Monastery garden.
Historic residence built in the early 20th century for Baron Henri de Rothschild, then acquired in 1924 by the American tycoon Strassburger and bequeathed...Read more
Located on the southern exit of the town on the road to Biéville-Beuville, this 24 hectare site, comprised of 18 casemates and underground fortifications...Read more
The cemetery is home to 21,300 graves.
On site: a visitor information centre with permanent exhibition and peace garden.
Located near to Lisieux: 3,735 graves.
Located between Caen and Troarn: 2,175 graves.
The British Bayeux War Cemetery is located in the immediate vicinity of the Battle of Normandy Memorial Museum. 4,648 graves.
Located between Bayeux and Arromanches: 979 graves.
Located between Caen and Bayeux: 377 graves.