The Bunkermuseum Hanstholm is the largest fortification from World War II in Northern Europe. Experience the incomparable museum bunker of 2500m², where you can see how the soldiers lived. On top of the bunker is a documentation center, which is an interactive exhibition about the life in Denmark's strongest fortress during World War II. The history is told of both the German soldiers and the civil population and their life in the shadow of the fortifications. You can move around the historical terrain with the museum train on the original narrow-gauge railway, which was built by the Germans to transport heavy ammunition to the cannon.
The open-air museum Hanstholm is a part of the bunker museum, here you can go exploring the beautiful surroundings to find all the 19 bunkers in the hilly landscape. They are pretty much all open, so it is possible to go inside and see exactly where the German soldiers were located and watched over a part of Skagerak from inland.