The site spans seven hectares and harbours 85 bunkers. Four of these form a museum.
Observe the trace of World War II on Terschelling: the Tigerstellung, a German radar site with no less than 85 bunkers.
The bunkers are situated along the Dutch coast, including that of Terschelling, and were built as part of the Atlantikwall, a 5,200-kilometre long defence line that ran from Norway to the South of France. The Germans built the line between 1942 and 1945 to defend against an invasion of western European mainland from the sea. In the visitor’s centre of the Bunker Museum, you can find an exhibition and watch a film about the Atlantikwall. You can also walk across the site beyond the bunkers.