Skagen Bunker-museum

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Situated near the tip of Grenen in Denmark, Skagen Bunker Museum is a unique museum located in an old German bunker of the Regelbau 638 type that was used during the Second World War as an infirmary. In the year 2008, this bunker was converted into a war museum by Martin Nielsen and Christian Forman Hansen. Open every day of the week from April to October, the entry to this museum is free.

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How to Reach Skagen Bunker-museum

  • By car
  • By bus : Grenen (Skagen) bus stop (Bus: 1)

  • Skagen Bunker-museum Address: Fyrvej 59, 9990 Skagen, Denmark
  • Skagen Bunker-museum Contact Number: +45-98444040
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  • 74.36% of people who visit Skagen include Skagen Bunker-museum in their plan

  • 30.43% of people start their Skagen Bunker-museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Skagen Bunker-museum

Tuesday, Friday and Sunday

69.57% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Skagen Bunker-museum

People normally club together Sandormen and Grenen while planning their visit to Skagen Bunker-museum.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Skagen Bunker-museum Reviews & Ratings

  • Must see. War makes people inventive, but we ought to render ourselves lucky - most of us did not witness one. If you need a reason to love peace - com to skagen, see the bunkers

  • Small museum in the german bunker from the time of the 2nd world war. If u come to grenen u should visit it

  • Total waste of money, 50K for a few rooms. Not even a bunker.

  • Very interesting WW2 and local nature displays

  • I have never seen like is such a very nice place so beautiful

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