Provincial domain Raversyde
Walk through two world wars via bunkers and trenches... More than sixty bunkers, observation posts and gun batteries connected with two kilometres of open and underground passages together form one of the best preserved parts of the German Atlantic wall defences. These German fortifications were built during WWII from the French-Spanish border in the south all the way up to Norway. The domain also houses the only preserved German coastal battery from WWI. The Prince Charles memorial honours Belgium’s Prince Charles who was Prince Regent of the country from 1944 until 1950 and made the domain his home after his regency.
A medieval fishing village revived after 500 years... Step into the lives of 15th-century fishing families in Walraversijde. Three houses and a bakery were lovingly reconstructed with excavated bricks and faithful replicas of furniture and other household items. The audio guide with the voices of the medieval villagers accompanies visitors through the unique site. The original items that were excavated tell the lives of the villagers in more depth in the adjoining museum.
50 hectares of unique nature experience on the Coast... Raversyde is a unique piece of nature at the Belgian coast. The domain of almost 50 hectares is partially located in protected dunes and offers visitors a wonderful area to explore on foot.
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19.03 - 13.11.2016: every day
14.11.2016 - mid-March 2017
Adults: € 8
Reduction: € 6
ANNO 1465: € 6
Reduction: € 5
Combiticket : € 10
Reduction: € 8