Bunker Museum Hanstholm is closed for the winter until 1st of February 2022, when we open for a new season. We spend the winter months preparing for the upcoming season and maintaining the buildings. We have news coming in the new year – more on that later. On 17th of December, the government introduced restrictions for, amongst others, cultural life, leading to the closure o ...

Today H.M. Queen Margrethe II visited Hanstholm with the royal yacht Dannebrog. Bunkermuseum Hanstholm had the great honor of hosting Thisted Municipality's official reception of Her Majesty. Her Majesty was welcomed by Mayor Ulla Vestergaard, and after the mayor's welcome speech, she presented the municipality's gift to Her Majesty, a decoupage made by local artist Susanne Tv ...

One of the results of a project titled "Atlantvolden i Nordjylland" (The Atlantic Wall in Northern Jutland) is now available in the form of information boards and a website.


The event takes place on 15-16 June 2019 and commemorates the 75th anniversary of D-Day

On the 30th of May 2019 Bunkermuseum Hanstholm celebrates its 40th anniversary.

A little news from the start of 2018

On Saturday the 7th of October, we excavated a bunker in Hanstholm in cooperation with the Occupation History Society (BSTH). The bunker is located on Helshagevej in Hanstholm and accommodated a 10.5 cm cannon and its crew. The bunker is of the type Regelbau Fl 243.

We chose to excavate this bunker because we have not previously excavated a bunker of this type and the types drawings we know of differ a lot.

The excavation of the crew bunker yielded no spectacular results, but we learned a lot of new things.

In the Autumn of 2015, the museum made a rare find when it excavated a bunker on the field east of Hansted Church.

The old munitiontrain runs every day during the Easter holiday april 8th – april 17th

We are ready to open the museum for season 2017