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Skagen Bunkermuseum

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Great "Atlantic Wall" museum

A superb museum detailing the types of bunkers and weapons used to defend Europe from invasion... read more

Reviewed 1 August 2018
Zhukov45
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Inverness, United Kingdom
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Very interesting

We found this interesting to see how a concrete dugout looks like. It was meant for tanking care of... read more

Reviewed 19 September 2016
AroundTheWorld000
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Stockholm
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Reviewed 27 August 2018

Found this by pure accident on the way back from Grenen. Superb museum detailing a typical Atlantic Wall bunker with weapons and living accommodation that the troops would have used.

Thank Zhukov
Reviewed 1 August 2018 via mobile

A superb museum detailing the types of bunkers and weapons used to defend Europe from invasion. Many of these types of bunkers were used elsewhere in the Atlantic Wall like Normandy. Highly recommended.

Thank Zhukov45
Reviewed 26 July 2018 via mobile

Contains several declassified Allied documents about Normandy and D-Day, in general, handful of Wehrmacht and Allied weapons. It's a quick visit, lacks information about the Skagen region of the Atlantic Wall. Value for money, if you are an WW-II enthusiast.

Thank beingkinetic
Reviewed 23 July 2018

Yes, I know it's small--but a a history fan, I thought it was great.. To walk inside a real WW2 German bunker- wow.. The relics and artifacts are nice,, nice collection of German weapons. I really enjoyed it. The man working the ticket booth was...More

Thank jlantern3
Reviewed 1 December 2016 via mobile

The Skagen Bunker Museum is an old war hospital. You get some insight in the 2nd WW but only a cornerstone of the full story. This is odd since there are so many bunkers and Skagen had such a large rolle to play during the...More

1  Thank mikaelelkan
Reviewed 19 September 2016

We found this interesting to see how a concrete dugout looks like. It was meant for tanking care of sick soldiers but also for living.

Thank AroundTheWorld000
Reviewed 21 July 2016

Very good visit we had here. Easy to find. It was a surprise how small it is. It consist of 6-7 small rooms with historical effects from WW2. Entrance fee is a bit expensive compared to the size. We spend 30 mins approx. on it.

Thank Meliora_dk
Reviewed 9 August 2015 via mobile

This museum was a surprise. All the information was in Danish German and English. There are allied and german artifacts. Also a hand written letter from Montgomery dated 8 june 1944 with his first thoughts on d-day. Definitely worth a visit.

Thank Lynn0dD
Reviewed 8 May 2014

This was a really great experience to get a view of what life was like. It was amazing how many bunkers are along that coast line. The facts are laid out in German, Danish and English so it was a nice time. History is just...More

3  Thank csbsn2002
Reviewed 28 June 2013

A cool little exhibit of a German ww2 hospital bunker. The bunker shows the germans ingenuity during ww2 and is in great condition.

3  Thank deecoyen
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Walk, takes about an hour, another 30 minutes gets you to the end of the peninsula where you can stand with one foot in the North Sea and one foot in the Baltic Sea.
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