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Tarp Bunkermuseum

Visit Tarp Bunkermuseum, where you will find bunker 75665 - a Regelbau 622, which is a crew bunker designed for 2x10 men.

The bunker was cast in 1943 and was in use during World War 2. World War II and served as a guard bunker for part of the area of the German airfield in Esbjerg. The bunker belongs to Support Point Esbjerg Airfield. Soldiers could live in the bunker and use it as a shelter in case of enemy aerial bombardments and artillery fire.

Set aside 1 hour for a visit to learn about the bunker's functions and the German airfield.

The bunker stands after 8 years of renovation as it looked and was furnished during service in 1943 and has lots of original artefacts from the German airfield

The bunker was constructed and placed in the terrain by the German fortress pioneers. The building process was organised by OT (the German construction organisation), but the actual construction was carried out by Danish contractors and Danish workers.

Would you like to learn more about Stützpunktgruppe Esbjerg Fliegerhorst and join an exciting bunker safari at the old German airfield? Contact the museum.