D-Day Museum (Portsmouth) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... so I would recommend watching this before viewing the embroidery because it helps set the scene of the museum. Then on the other side of the museum is the actual museum. It was redone a few years ago and is visually very appealing. There are fantastic displays and artefacts, with various videos and local portsmouth people recalling memories coming from the speakers. Which really brings it all ... more
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by - written on 12/01/13 (Very useful, 11 readings)
The museum is split into 3 sections, first of all you enter and have the overlord embroidery. This is dubber as the modern day Bayeux Tapestry and depicts the events leading up to and including the invasion. The embroidery is displayed beautifully and is absoultly fantastic. Then there is the cinema. This is a 16 minute film that runs every 20 minutes. It is about the propoganda and build up to DDay, using videos from the Imperial war museum. This is a really good way to start, so I would recommend watching this before viewing the embroidery because it helps set the scene of the museum. Then on the other side of the museum is the actual museum. It was redone a few ... Read the complete review
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