Blue = museum, closed for the time being, possibly still open for Christmas holidays
Green = southern corridor system (closed until May 2023 due to bats)
Red = northern corridor system (closed due to work)
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|5 oct Closed||7 oct Closed||9 oct 11:00 – 15.00|
|12 oct Closed||14 oct Closed||16 oct 10:00 – 16.00|
|19 oct 11:00 – 15.00||21 oct 11:00 – 15.00||23 oct 10:00 – 16.00|
|26 oct 11:00 – 15.00||28 oct 11:00 – 15.00||30 oct 10:00 – 16.00|
The Atlantikwall Museum Noordwijk consists of a series of bunkers from the Second World War.
This allows you to form a picture of life in the bunkers during the war and the way in which the European coast was turned into a fortress by the Germans.
At 250 meters from the Bosweg, on the Verlengde Bosweg 1, lies on the cycle path in the Noordwijk battery, consisting of a fire control bunker, artillery bunkers, ammunition bunkers and residential bunkers connected by a tunnel system.
Volunteers have worked hard in recent years to make it possible to open up different bunkers and the corridors to the public.
In 2019 our museum received about 8.400 visitors. When will you come ?