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Navy museum

The history of the Royal Dutch Navy

The port of Den Helder is the home of the Royal Netherlands Navy. The Dutch Navy Museum is dedicated mainly to the history of the Navy, who gained their 'Royal' status after the Netherlands became a kingdom in 1815.

The history prior to 1815 is shown in brief. It is further illustrated by countless ship models, paintings, weapons and uniforms sporting epaulettes and decorations.

Museum ships

Find out what life was like aboard the ironclad ramship Schorpioen (1868), the minesweeper Abraham Crijnssen (1936) and the submarine Tonijn (1966).

Adress and visitor information

Navy museum

Address: Hoofdgracht 3
Postal code and city: 1781 AA  Den Helder
Province: Noord-Holland
Phone: +31 (0)223 657534
Additional information: Please contact your destination for pricing and availability.

Let op: The location on the map is an indication. It is not always the entrance, parking lot or best route



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