Shipwreck museum

Owner and wreck diver Hille van Dieren has been collecting inventories from the many shipwrecks around the island of Terschelling since 1975. The museum is full of rarities from the period 1650 to the present. An exciting museum for adults and children alike.

Practical

  • Formerum

  • Art & Culture

  • all ages and children


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Wrakkenmuseum Terschelling

Wrakkenmuseum Terschelling

An exciting and pleasantly disturbed museum for people of all ages. A collection of surfaced pieces of wrecks and exciting stories. The museum is located in an authentic Terschellinger farm. Behind the museum is a real pirate ship. There is a tree house and even a castle! In the eatery you can enjoy lunches, beachcomber dinners, barbecues, etc.

The assurance of:

VVV Terschelling

Secure payment with:

VVV Terschelling

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