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Tourist Office of Bayeux

Tourist Office of Bayeux

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Bayeux is a medieval city close by the D-Day landings beaches. Its international reputation is due to its exquisite cathedral and the famous Tapestry, listed by UNESCO. Both celebrate the life and times of William the Conqueror. Each year, on the first weekend in July, the Bayeux Medieval festival is a landmark event in the town. Bayeux was miraculously spared by bombing in June 1944. It was the first city in mainland France to be liberated and is home to the biggest British war cemetery in Normandy.

Opening hours

NOVEMBER > MARCH
10 am > 13 pm / 2 pm > 5.30 pm

APRIL, MAY, JUNE, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER
10 am > 1 pm / 2 pm > 6 pm

JULY & AUGUST
9 am > 7 pm

Opening time

Open all year except December 25 and January 1

Facilities & Services

  • Welcome
  • Ticket office
  • Shop
  • Information
  • Reservation of additional facilities
  • Guided tours
  • Free Wi-Fi

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