History, views, and aquatic life. Something for the entire family. Museum provides a background of how war has affected the area, from when Napoleon had the fort built through its use by both the Dutch and Germans during World War 2. There are a number of artifacts from each phase, including the wing and pieces of cockpit from a Messerschmitt 109. Tour the fort from top to bottom. Be sure to climb the ramp through the outer wall to get a great view of the surrounding area. Take a break in the small cafe near the ticket booth. (There is a restaurant on the main floor, but it was closed). Then take a tour of the aquarium to see the local marine life, including the skeleton of the sperm whale. See if you can find the blue lobster.
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