Future vision


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Early 2011 saw the start of the preparation of a domain vision by order of the provincial authorities; a harmonic park management plan and a museum study for Raversyde were drawn up concurrently.

Raversyde's main attraction is the Atlantikwall. Restoration works will be carried out on the netwerk of corridors, circuits partially accessible to wheelchair users will be created and an indoor section will be added as well. The opening of a new museum building with all amenities will enable Raversyde to remain open throughout the year. In these multifunctional building with one central counter, a shop and a cafeteria, there will be a space for permanent and temporary exhibitions as well as a documentation centre.

ANNO 1465 with the archaeological site will be reinforced. The Prince Charles Memorial is already included in the story of the Atlantikwall since 2015. The domain's unity in diversity will be demonstrated in a free exhibition: the site's biography.

Apart from the Atlantikwall and ANNO 1465, the intention is to upgrade the wonderful natural environment as well and to open it to the public. The vision has been realised thanks to the Interreg IVA-project Maxigreen and 2 Seas.