After a long period of closure, the Atlantikwall Museum Noordwijk reopens.
Due to the corona rules, this is still limited (only on Sunday).
The visit always takes place under the guidance of a guide.
Due to the limited capacity (by 1.5 meters), the tours are currently only in Dutch.
Despite these times of corona in which we cannot receive visitors, work on the museum continues.
This week, glass partition walls were installed by the company Metaglas. With this, the calculators are safely behind glass.
Due to government measures regarding the Covid-19 virus, the museum is currently forced to keep the doors closed. As soon as more is known about the measures and possible relaxation, it will be considered when the museum could open.
Now that the season is over, it was time to go through the season and future plans. The volunteers came to Heeren van Noordwijk to watch a presentation by the board and to ask questions. After the presentation we enjoyed a snack and a drink.
It’s already May this weekend. This means the hibernation of the bats is over and the museum season can start again.
Due to the May 5 route, a special rate applies for a visit including a tour on this first opening day.
With the May 5 route, old and young can go via walking and cycling routes past special places and war monuments in the municipality of Noordwijk.
Which have to do with WWI and WWII or other acts of war in which the Kingdom of the Netherlands has been involved in any way. The May 5 route can be taken throughout the year, but on May 5, 2019 there are various additional attractions to visit at special rates such as museums, the lighthouse and the Oude Jeroen tower.