On Sunday June 16th there is a special boat tour. Does your dad like history? The Hague Boat combines a canal tour with a visit to a special museum at Scheveningen. The Atlantikwall museum is an authentically decorated command bunker of type 608 (Battalions,- Departmental or RegimentalCommand Post). From this bunker and the nearby villas was by the occupying military command Stützpunkgruppe Scheveningen lined. The bunker is mostly original furnishings and gives visitors the unique experience of a tangible past. There are also original historical objects of German, British, Canadian and American forces exhibited.

Fathersday Boat TourIn the adjacent personnel bunker type 622 is a ‘time capsule’; one of the two common rooms furnished with only unrestored objects. The visitor gets the impression that the bunker since the end of World War II has remained untouched. In reality, most looted bunkers in the Netherlands after the war and stripped of all valuable parts. The other lounge is an exhibition space for photographs, art and historical objects.

The tour leaves Sunday morning at 11:00 with the boat – direction Scheveningen. On board the English speaking guide from the museum, will tell a little introduction of the Atlantikwall museum. In the mean time we serve coffee/ tea & cake on board. For the little ones we have some drinks as well. At boarding point Westbroekpark, we walk together with the guide to the museum. At midday the tour in the museum will start and you have the time to ask questions. After 1 hour museum we go back by boat to Mauritskade were the boat tour ends proximately at 13:30.