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Information : Les visites et l'entrée au musée sont payantes (gratuit pour les enfants de - de 5 ans)

Manor Donville only French building “bauge” has to be protected by the historical monuments is a remarkable remains entirely decorated with period furniture. It was owned by important aristocratic families of North Cotentin including that of the current owner Franck Feuardent. This property with the chapel whose written records date back to the XI century was significantly modified in 1778 ie at the beginning of the reign of Louis XVI. Since she has witnessed very important events in the history of Normandy (Hundred Years War, war with the Protestants, French Revolution …) In June 1944, a few days after the landing, the mansion requisitioned by the SS for into a command post was at the center of the famous battle of bloody Gulch, “the bloody ravine” .

Franck Feuardent invites you to relive the history of the Manor of Donville through interactive guided tours.

Donville's manor guided tour
Throughout the year, the Memorial of Bloody Gulch and Manor Donville offer guided tours on two themes to choose from: the History of the manor and the chapel from the Middle Ages. The Battle of Bloody Gulch and Hill 30 (interactive tour). event-and the themes of reconstruction performances are offered each year..

Testimonials civilians

On this site , the moving testimonies of the inhabitants of the Region. What they experienced and felt during the clashes which caused so many victims in all camps …

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Bloody Gulch Reconstitution Camp

10th edition from May 30 to June 7, 2018

Every year, the Mémorial Museum organizes an exceptional event at the Manoir de Donville: the rebuilding camp of the Battle of Bloody Gulch. Lots of entertainment, dinner show, night under US tent. Read more…

And projects for 2018 and 2019 …

A testimony book

The owner of the premises, Mr. Franck Feuardent, will publish a book of testimony of civilians who attended the battles of the Battle of Bloody Gulch but also on the German occupation.

Video testimonials

Filming of testimonial videos is coming to an end. Soon online, a series of filmed interviews with the witnesses who lived the DDay in Normandy.

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