’Aigle, the canton’s capital, is brimming with history and points of interest. The famous June 1944 museum takes visitors back to the battle of Normandy, Other sights include Louis Verrière’s wood sculptures, an archaeology museum and the museum of musical instruments. L’Aigle boasts three churches that are listed on the national register of historic landmarks. They were built in the eleventh, fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and the open to visitors during the summer season. Saint-Martin’s has a monumental tower, wile the Saint-James oratory was stopover point fort medieval pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela. Tuesday is the best day to visiting l’Aigle. That’s when the famous morning market, France’s third-largest, and the Bovine Artificial Insemination Center has guided tours on Tuesday mornings only, beginning at 9 :30.