Food and drink
Tirpitz serves great, family-friendly dishes at reasonable prices. When the weather is warm, you can enjoy coffee and cake in the beautiful courtyard.
Please do not bring your own food and drink into the Tirpitz café or central courtyard.
You are welcome to use the outdoor tables and benches near the bunker for picnics.
Unfortunately we cannot offer table reservations for small groups.
Outside school summer holidays, groups (of 10 or more persons) can contact us well in advance of a visit to find out opportunities for reserving a room for a small fee, when purchasing coffee, cake, brunch or lunch.
Home decor, a great book about World War II or a beautiful item of amber jewellery as a souvenir of your holiday by the sea. Treat yourself to a visit to the Tirpitz museum shop.
All stories in Tirpitz were recorded by actors in Danish, German and English. It is not necessary to read any texts. But the audio tracks are available in written form if you prefer. Please ask at the front desk when checking in.
Handicapped parking is available in P1. A concrete path leads through the dunes from the car park to the entrance. There is a lift next to the ticket office, and there are handicapped toilets at the café and in the exhibitions. Wheelchairs and Zimmer frames are welcome!
Access to the bunker is through the museum. NOTE: The bunker does not comply with the usual requirements for handicap friendliness, given that it was built in 1945 as a gun bunker. But, with assistance, most people will be able to get around at lower level.
Both mothers and fathers have access to baby changing facilities. You can bring prams into Tirpitz.
We love dogs, but regrettably they are not allowed in the museum. We offer outdoor dog crates (Size XL). It is the dog-owner’s own responsibility to ensure that the dog is comfortable during its time in the crate.
Free parking. 80 parking spaces, incl. handicap parking, at Tane Hedevej in front of the museum (P1).
There is a coach car park west of P1. This is only for coaches. Please also note that stopping and parking is prohibited along Tane Hedevej.
We aim to improve parking conditions. But we are located in a natural conservation area, so it takes time. We appreciate your understanding.
Choose from short introductory tours, in-depth guided tours, and tours that provide insight into, and great views of the dune landscape surrounding Tirpitz. Please call for booking: +45 75 22 08 77
It is advisable for large groups to inform the Museum of their arrival ahead of the visit, and to plan their visits outside of weekends, peak season, holidays and bank holidays. You can expect to queue if you do not inform us of your visit. Saturdays and peak season are particularly busy, and we ask you to turn up well in advance of the notified time.
The exhibitions in Tirpitz feature stories for everyone. We convey the stories with the assistance of hand-held, digital storytellers, and children from kindergarten age can follow many of the stories. The Gold of the Westcoast exhibition, which is about amber hunters and insects trapped in amber, is ideal for pre-preparatory classes, while intermediate classes will get a great deal out of the stories featured in West Coast Stories. The theme of World War II and the Atlantic Wall will appeal particularly to students in 7th grade and above.
+45 75 22 08 77
+45 75 22 07 16
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I Aal plantage i Oksbøl lå i 1945-49 Danmarks største flygtningelejr. Her boede 35.000 tyske flygtninge efter Anden Verdenskrig. I plantagen kan man stadig se rester af flygtningelejren, bl.a. kirkegården og lazarettet, men der gemmer sig også enkelte ruiner i skoven, ligesom flere bygninger fra lejrens tid i dag har fundet ny anvendelse.
+45 75 27 54 11
The Blåvandshuk lighthouse stands 18 metres above sea level at Horns Bjerge, Denmark’s westernmost point, position 55 33.51’ N/08 05.07’ E. The lighthouse is now fully automatic, but it functions as it has done throughout all these years. The master’s house is now home to an exhibition on the Horns Reef offshore wind farm, one of the world’s biggest, and it is also home to the Blåvandshuk lighthouse tourist information centre.