Bunker Bremen

This munitions bunker is part of the German Vineta battery and is currently home to the Nederlands Militair kustverdedigingsmuseum (Dutch Military Coastal Defence Museum).

Bremen is the nickname the Germans used for the type Fl246 bunker. This munitions bunker functioned as a storage place for ammunition used by the Vinetaduin artillery. The bunker was also used later during the Cold War by the Dutch Navy for communications purposes.

Visitors can also see the film De Verborgen Grens (The Hidden Border), an introduction to the history of the Atlantic Wall.

Access: The bunker is accessible via the entrance to the Vinetaduin and can be easily reached by bicycle or public transport (station ‘Strand’). The nearest available car park is on the Strandweg.

other activities in the area

Book Atlanticwall in a map: bunkers and occupation in South Holland

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Bunker Hamburg

The bunker is still in its original condition, so you will enter a real time capsule.
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Exhibition Atlantic Wall maps

This exhibition features reproductions of unique topographical and thematic map material that was used by the German armed forces during the Second World War for the planning and construction of the Atlantic Wall.
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Fort 1881

This coastal defence system is now a museum and tells the story about life in the fort during warrtime and the role it played during the WWII.
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ENG-Hoek v Holland- Bremen & Hamburg

other activities in the area

Book Atlanticwall in a map: bunkers and occupation in South Holland

Bunker experts and authors Arthur van Beveren and Jeroen Rijpsma show in a new book the enormous impact of bunker construction in South Holland during and after the Second World War.
Read more

Bunker Hamburg

The bunker is still in its original condition, so you will enter a real time capsule.
Read more

Exhibition Atlantic Wall maps

This exhibition features reproductions of unique topographical and thematic map material that was used by the German armed forces during the Second World War for the planning and construction of the Atlantic Wall.
Read more

Fort 1881

This coastal defence system is now a museum and tells the story about life in the fort during warrtime and the role it played during the WWII.
Read more

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