The D-Day Museum Is A ‘Must See’

Landing craft tank LCT 7074

Your visit to The D-Day Story now starts with LCT 7074. This is the last surviving Landing Craft Tank (LCT) from D-Day, and it played a vital role in transporting men and supplies across the English Channel.

After it was retired, LCT 7074 was turned into a nightclub but fell into disrepair and sank in Birkenhead docks. Now, following a multi-million pound restoration project by our partner, the National Museum of the Royal Navy  – with backing from the National Lottery Heritage Fund  – LCT 7074 has been restored to its former glory.

It now stands proudly outside The D-Day Story, to further tell the stories of those involved in D-Day, and to keep alive their heroic acts.

The Last Surviving Landing Craft