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Went on a guided tour. Was highly informative and it was interesting to see rhat they are working on making the museum even better. Wish the tour would have lasted longer since we had to make out for ourselves what some of the bunkers were...More
The museum is definitely worth visiting, especially, the hospital and the naval command bunkers, the former has detailed designs of the sanitation systems. There is a free, 1h guided tour in Danish language at 1100 hours. The entry ticket is valid for 7 days and...More
Went to the fort as part of a trip. Very good. Overlooks the harbour and has been well maintained since it was made redundant but some of it is still used by the Danish Navy. Some of the bunkers are still kitted out but many...More
The germans build a wall of defence by The sea from Skagen to South of France. One of The important places was Bangsbo. Over 80 different bunkers Were build There. You Can visit The bunkers now. Many off Them are still with The equipment from...More
It's a good collection of WW2 German bunkers and well worth a visit if it interests you. You can explore most of the complex for free and you only have to pay to enter a few of the bunkers which they've restored :).
Interesting history. You can walk around the bunkers (a bunker is a defensive military fortification designed to protect people or valued materials from falling bombs or other attacks) and go inside some them. It's free of charge and many of them have great views of...More
Having visited the other attraction of the Bangsbo area, we also wanted to pay a visit to this fortress. Coming by car it is a bit confusing when you drive up the hill and find a traffic sign saying no driving beyond this point. Underneath...More
Unlike most museums I have seen, Bangsbo is by far the most authentic. You litterary walk by the forts used in WW2 and learn about how the Danes fought during that period. Everything is preserved and entering the forts gives you chills. All in all...More
It was a beautiful sunny afternoon and the views of the surrounding area were fantastic, could just make out Skagen in the distance. The bunker fort has a chequered past from the Second World War over 60 bunkers were built. I didn't get into any...More