Went to see the tapestry . . . . that is not . . . it's a linen embroidery. Nearly 70 metres long and tells the story of Edward the Confessor, Harold (the usurper) and William the Bastard soon to be Conquerer. Tells the story . . . from the Norman side . . . and considering it was lost, used as a carriage covering during the French Revolution, bombed, studied by the Nazi invaders etc, etc . . . lucky its still here. Very interesting exhibition and museum. Camped for free in the carpark of the Normandy Museum (WW2).