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‘D-Day’ Storms into the Hastings Museum

Perfect for family audiences 8 to 88!

Narrated by Tom Brokaw, this inspiring movie pays tribute to those who gave their lives for our freedom. It explains the Allied operation and details five keys to victory: the Liberty Ship, the C-47 “SkyTrain,” two-and-a-half-ton trucks, the Jeep, and the bulldozer.

Trailer Below

Blending animation, CGI, and live-action images, D-Day brings this monumental event to the world’s largest screens for the first time ever. Audiences of all ages, including new generations, will discover from a new perspective how this landing changed the world. Exploring history, military strategy, science, and technology, the film will educate and appeal to all!



  1. Casey Loomis says:

    I am interested in bring a group of students to see the D-Day film for their American History class. I was just wondering how long the film will be shown in Hasting and what the cost is for each students and their sponsors. Thank You.

    Casey Loomis
    Pleasanton High School

  2. Sounds great Casey, we will be giving you a ring with the details!!

  3. Darcy says:

    How long will this be playing?

  4. D-Day:Normandy 1944 will be playing through May

  5. Robbie Klever says:

    What is price of tickets? Also, above it states that it will be playing through May but elsewhere it said that movie times were “valid through May 17th”……will the times be
    changing for latter half of May?

  6. Ticket prices for large-format 3D films are Adults (13-59) $10.00 | Senior (60+) $9.00 | Child (3-12) $8.00 | plus tax. (For large-format 2D films, subtract $2). You are right, schedules remain primarily the same, but can vary slightly. If you are planning a visit on a specific day, please feel free to call Visitor Services at 402-461-4629 or 800-508-4629 to confirm our schedule. Does this help?

  7. Robbie Klever says:

    Thank you for response…….yes, it helped.

  8. Great! Thank you for your interest, and never hesitate to call or send us a note! — BT

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