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Marinemuseum, Den Helder

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TripAdvisor
  • A lot of work went into this museum which is composed of a building with nice exhibits, a submarine, an old wooden ship and 2 more modern ones. Also a command deck. A fitting tribute to the Dutch mari...  more »
  • Very nice museum. The history of Dutch Navy seen from a technical point of view. A lot of interactivity for children. Great the visit inside the submarine.  more »
  • We took the ferry from Texel to Den Helder on a Sunday. There were no buses so we walked. We came across the big submarine outside and decided to go check it out! It was definitely worthwhile. Lots to...  more »
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  • This is one of the best museum in the Netherlands. It is well laid out and all the displayed paintings and artillery are so pretty and shiny. The whole marine museum is clean and staffs are friendly. The Tonijn submarine is fantastic and attractive to all visitors and military fans. It is the sole chance which one can enjoy the walk inside a submarine. The whole museum is well reserved and it has Dut/Ger/Eng description. This is a great museum which one should come back again and again.
  • Interesting museum. The Dutch Navy history seen from a technical point of view with a lot of interactivity for children. Two ships and one submarine can be visited.
  • Brilliant. Being an ex navy person I just loved it. History and ships were great.
  • Excellent place to visit with your child. Our "submarine experience" was excellent because it was possible to explore it whole. P.S.: Don't forget to take a change. It is possible to start engines on 2 ships but you have to pay 1 euro per each.
  • Really nice museum with rich exhibitioan and a lot of entertainments for all ages