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Batterie Todt

Hameau de Haringzelle | Route du Musée, 62179 Audinghen, France
+33 3 21 32 97 33
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Full Day Tour of WW2 in Northern France, the Atlantic Wall ,V1 and V2 launching...
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USD 397.24*
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Full day Tour of WW2 in Northern France the Atlantic Wall, V1 and V2 Launching...
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Hameau de Haringzelle | Route du Musée, 62179 Audinghen, France
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

A genuine surprise. We added this stop on a road trip up the coast. We didn't know too much about it, but the outside looked interesting. As we went through the bunker we learned a lot about it's relevance and it's significance in the war....More

Thank lysmekah
Reviewed 23 July 2017

Having seen the railway gun situated on the site listed in terms of history on a Facebook group called War History Online I decided to try and visit this location when I next visited France for the day, given the location circa 30 mins drive...More

Thank Cheekycockney190757
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

A little pricey for what you see. The big rail mounted gun is cool, but there is no main gun within the actual bunker as originally designed. I'd recommend just heading north to the shore and wandering.

Thank Richard T
Reviewed 1 July 2017 via mobile

It's a pity this museum doesn't get any state funding as it is very impressive for a private museum and could be even greater with funding. Some great display of WW2 material and a very informative visit all in all. Staff is friendly.

Thank Michel D
Reviewed 22 June 2017

Very interesting and well presented battery which formed part of the Nazi Atlantic Wall. Display of guns which could shell Dover and interesting displays within the battery. Well worth a visit and many displays of interest.

Thank Richard E
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

OMG...no wonder the allies decided not to land in calais on D Day...no ww2 aficionado can afford to miss this site. They shelled England from here!!! The guns and structure is huge. Even better...one of the best ww2 museums is housed inside. It's all realistic...More

Thank Richard S
Reviewed 18 April 2017

One of its kind site/museum that is in fact a supercannon silo transformed into a small but interesting museum. Hitler himself visited the place upon its completion. The entrance fee is steep at 8.50€ but as a privately owned museum, the owners don't get any...More

Thank Cimmerianbloke
Reviewed 14 April 2017

We were passing today and skipped the museum as we had been before. It is good value and lots to look at. We parked up in the woods and went looking for the other 3 Batteries, What a find. You can get inside and wander...More

1  Thank Janet B
Reviewed 28 March 2017 via mobile

We stopped off here to take a look with fairly low expectations. A nice little museum housed in an old Nazi military base. Nicely curated with some interesting exhibits. Worth a visit.

Thank Nansell
Reviewed 23 March 2017

This was a very interesting site with a self directed tour. The museum is well done and well worth a trip to see.

Thank Joan F
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