Robin's Red Ramble Tours

Normandy Battlefield Tours

The Suffolk Regiment Museum

Bury St Edmunds.  IP33 3RN

Probably the finest collection of regimental material in the UK.

Open to the public the first and third Wednesday of each month also the first Sunday of each month 09.30 to 15.30 Hrs. Free admission. An excellent team of veteran guides make you most welcome!


Tel:01284 752394  

Suffolk Regiment Museum, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 3RN

For other useful regional information about Normandy and booking accommodation take a look at the official Normandy Tourism website. For the local Calvados-Tourism webpages click here.

During the summer months there are regular day and night sailings from Porstmouth to Caen Ouistreham.  Crossings take around six hours, which gives you plenty of time to sit back, relax and enjoy the trip. This is absolutely ideal as the port is very close to Sword beach and the D-Day story really does starts as soon as you step off the ferry.  I can easily pick-up foot passengers from the Ouistreham ferry terminal if required. Additionaly, there are 'Park and Sail' facilities available at Portsmouth and a shuttle bus from Ouistreham port to Caen, operated by Brittany Ferries.  For the latest offers check this website. 

I am an accredited member of the Guild of Battlefield Guides. We are committed to raising the standard of battlefield tour guiding.




Duxford is not only home to a huge collection of heritage aircraft but also to an excellent land warfare exhibition hall.  There you will find a special Normandy D-Day Gallery containing Monty's office caravan, a Sherman tank,  Universal Carrier, and lots more.  It is also home to the East Anglian Regiment Museum.   Allow plenty of time as there is so much to see!   Open to the public 10 am  daily.

This is the public transport website for Normandy.  Caen is a major regional  hub with excellent express trains and  to Paris

(139 KMs) and beyond.