Visit

Opening times and reservations

The museum is open on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. from 5 May to 31 August (only). The furnished fire control post can be visited without reservation during the indicated opening hours.

A visit to the corridors and adjacent bunkers is only possible on Sundays in the period from 5 May to 31 August under the supervision of a guide. This must be reserved online in advance, stating name, date, time, number of participants and your mobile phone number.

These tours start at 10.00, 11.15, 12.30, 13.45, 15.00, 16:15 and last an hour. You must be present at least fifteen minutes in advance and have purchased your ticket, otherwise the reservation will be canceled. In the quarter of an hour you can already visit the fire control bunker with your ticket.

Entrance fees
With guided tour (you must reserve in advance for the tour):
Adults € 7.50
Children from 4 years to 12 years € 5.00
Children up to 3 years free.

Without a tour of the corridors (museum only):
Adults € 5.00
Children from 4 years to 12 years € 3.00
Children up to 3 years free.


However, for groups (family outings, company outings, etc.) larger than 10 people, we are happy to open the museum for you, even during the week. Between September 1 and December 31 this only concerns a visit to the museum i.v.m. the hibernation of the bats.

– Registration requests from 10 people;
– Maximum number of people per group is 40;
– You can request your visit up to 3 weeks in advance. We can reject your request if there is no guide available. We will contact you and discuss an alternative.

Entrance fees
Adults € 7.50
Children from 4 years to 12 years € 5.00
Children up to 3 years free.
Unfortunately, account visits are not possible. You can pay at the cash desk, by debit card or cash.

Accessibility
The museum is not accessible for disabled people and wheelchairs.
Children only under guidance.

Sanitary
The museum does not have a toilet facility. For a toilet visit we refer you to the Museum Engelandvaarders where visitors of the Atlantikwall Museum Noordwijk can make free use of.

Dogs
Dogs are not allowed in the museum.

How to get there?
Address: Verlengde Bosweg 1
By Public Transport:
Bus lines from Leiden and from Haarlem all stop at the Vuurtorenplein in Noordwijk.
See: www.arriva.nl
www.9292ov.nl

By car:
The Bunker Museum is located in the dunes in Noordwijk aan Zee, 500 meters north from the lighthouse in the dunes.
Parking space in the vicinity is rare. Therefore we advise you to park your car at the Wantveld (€ 7.50 a day), which is only a five minute walk from the museum.

Beach Shuttle:
During busy summer days, the parking facilities at Noordwijk aan Zee are limited. On these days we advise you to use the Beach Shuttle.
The Beach Shuttle departs from the parking lot on the corner of Gooweg-Van Berckelweg. The use of the parking lot and the bus ride is free.