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WWII German Naval Battery

We very much enjoyed our day out at the Bunkermuseum and Battery at Hanstholm.The battery was... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Ann281
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Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom
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amazing

our son-in-law took us there and we found the place amazing. The bunker is a trip through history... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
sophie n
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Fujairah, United Arab Emirates
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We very much enjoyed our day out at the Bunkermuseum and Battery at Hanstholm.The battery was constructed in 1941 during German occupation of Denmark during WWII. You could spend most of the day there to take it all in, from the very informative museum, exploring...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

our son-in-law took us there and we found the place amazing. The bunker is a trip through history. If you want to take the little train, check the times first as the queues tend to be extra longues

Thank sophie n
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

An impressive part of Atlantic wall, now turned into a good museum. A good guide takes you around and point out various features. Worth a visit !

Thank ragnarotterstad
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It's museum that would take an entire day to make the best out of it. It's a deep dive into how a single gun of a battery works - the infrastructure, the personnel and the mode of operation. The museum is packed with information and...More

Thank beingkinetic
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We where 14 people the youngest is 6 and the oldest 77. All of us had a great time. Lots to see and read. You have the indoors and outdoor. Hike routes. Not expensive at all. You will need at least half a day to...More

Thank JavanJunior
Reviewed 30 April 2018

The Olsen banden in Jylland is make there and around the area. It's interesting to see how big it is and how it's made.

Thank nicedane62
Reviewed 24 January 2018

My sone is a history buff and we could have spent the entire day exploring this museum. Well preserved with great reference material in a variety of languages. Would go back if we had a chance.

Thank Verle F
Reviewed 10 September 2017

This museum includes both tales from the german occupiers as well as the locals, how the impact of the occupation as well as building the bunkers affected people. The main bunker is well refurbished and contains the main exhibitions, but you can go on a...More

Thank Hans L
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

The area is riddled with German war bunkers, and this museum has opened up one of them and kitted it out to look authentic. The bunker rooms has text in Danish German and English, the ground floor display has no English text but the receptionist...More

Thank AnserLincs
Reviewed 25 August 2017 via mobile

Good museum with interesting exhibits. A visit there would be interesting both for kids and adults. One thing would be great if there was some kind of audioguide, as the information written (especially in English) doesn't give the full information about the exhibit, although there...More

Thank Бритва О
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vpc2571
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Response from Mia Riemann T | Property representative |
Hi. Dogs are allowed in the outdoor museum, but not in the train an inside museum. Greetings from the Bunkermuseum
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