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Rubbish at the beach

This museum tells you all about the history and present life of beachcombers. beachcombers like in... read more

Reviewed 20 December 2017
gejo-fototeam
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Blankenberge, Belgium
Interesting place to visit.

This plac looks like a junkyard but it tells the history of the island Texel and the maritime... read more

Reviewed 28 October 2017
JBlommaert
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Kieldrecht, Belgium
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Pontweg 141, Den Burg, Texel, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 20 December 2017

This museum tells you all about the history and present life of beachcombers. beachcombers like in history is luckuly over but still stranded boats are raided all over the world. This museum has many objects that has been given to them by hobbyist beachcombers. Surely...More

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Reviewed 28 October 2017

This plac looks like a junkyard but it tells the history of the island Texel and the maritime findings. They have a lot of item coming from shipwreks over many years. The film telling how they got to it are very interesting. This museum is...More

Thank JBlommaert
Reviewed 2 October 2017

This lovely place tells you the history of Strand Jutten. It's a must see when one is on the island, then you'll understand the life on the island a bit more. You'll see a variaty of goods wich have been found on the beeches of...More

Thank Huurman1968
Reviewed 15 September 2017 via mobile

Great place to waste hours if you want to. Beside all the funny and special beach combing jutter - It gives a deep inside on the life at the sea and stories behind... mostly in Dutch language but everyone was helping to translate if asked...More

Thank Joerg K
Reviewed 19 July 2017

We had a lovely cycle to De Koog to see the museum which is full of odd things that have washed up on the shore of the Island over the years. There is plenty to see.

Thank SteveCoulson
Reviewed 12 May 2017 via mobile

This is a brilliant place to visit. Really interesting for children and adults to see what has been collected fr

Thank Annacp73
Reviewed 19 November 2016 via mobile

We (two adults of 31 and 48) did not enjoy this place as much as others here on this site did. The museum objects aren't that intrestingly arranged, the scraps of newspaper cutting that can be found on several spots look old fashioned and not...More

Thank Yvonne-Posthuma
Reviewed 1 December 2015

This museum exhibits highlights of many years of combing the beaches. Items include boats and boat parts, parts of planes which crashed in WWII, barrel contents rusted together. There's a huge bottle collection. There was a story about a ship getting in a hurricane. Although...More

Thank RHAHJ
Reviewed 18 October 2015

Interesting to see what is found on the Dutch beach. Everything is in German, English and Dutch. Its amazing to see all the find from all these years. It was raining, but most of the musuem is inside so that was no problem.

Thank john m m
Reviewed 10 January 2015

Great! Very interesting to see. Incredible to see what's on the beach found. We did not have much expectations, but it was really great to see.

Thank Tinustrekveer
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You don't need to speak Dutch in tourist situations here. Everyone speaks English well. From Amsterdam Central Station, take the train north to Den Helder (70 minutes). From that little station, walk out the exit and... More
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