Noorderhoofd (de pier), 3151 HG Hoek van Holland.
MAY to JUL Sun 12:30-17.
Adults EUR 4, Children (0-8) free.
|Classification:||Atlantikwall World War II Bunker|
|Light:||Incandescent Electric Light System|
Atlantikwall-Museum Hoek van Holland, Noorderhoofd (de pier), 3151 HG Hoek van Holland.
Atlantikwall-Museum, Stichting 'Vesting Hoek van Holland', Nieuw Oranjekanaal 117, 3151 XL Hoek van Holland, Tel: +31-6-2265-5069.
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|1944||Noorderpier bunker built.|
|1996||Stichting Vesting Hoek van Holland founded.|
|1996||first Atlantic Wall museum opened located in a German artillery bunker of type 625b at Nordmole.|
|2012||Atlantikwall-Museum opened to the public.|
The Atlantikwall-Museum Hoek van Holland was the first Atlantikwall museum in the Netherlands and was created and is operated by a non-profit organisation. The foundation aims to preserve all remaining defensive constructions within the limits of the former Festung Hoek van Holland (Fortress Hook of Holland). They created a museum at the pier which is open on Sundays during the Summer months.
The exhibition is ordered chronologically. It starts with a small exhibition on the
The foundation also organizes guided tours with various topics, which can be booked on their website. The Voorduin tour is a walk through the dunes which were the location of Flak-Batterie Nordmole. It was an anti-aircraft battery intended to shoot down allied bombers from Great Britain. Other tours are the Lost Places Tour which includes the Markostand, the Atlantic Wall Museum and climbing the Sea Tower, and a boat trip on the tank canal. This canal was originally a tank ditch.