Individual visitors

ATLANTIKWALL and ANNO 1465 are open from March 13, book your ticket from the beginning of March.
The SCENIC PARK is open and accessible free of charge. 

Dear visitor,

We are happy to welcome you at Raversyde.

Of course, we observe the different measures imposed by the National Security Council. We consistently keep up to date with these measures. We want every visitor (and staff member) to safely enjoy the fascinating and unique Raversyde museums.

We advise you to consult the information provided by the Belgian government to find out whether travelling to Raversyde is allowed.

Reserving a ticket is mandatory. Please read the following safety information when buying a ticket.

  • ATLANTIKWALL: € 6
  • ANNO 1465: € 5
  • Combined Ticket: € 8
  • The access is free of charge for children younger than 13 years old if they are accompanied by at least one parent or grandparent.

Accessibility:

ANNO 1465 is accessible to wheelchair users. On the Atlantikwall, the entrance hall and Aachen Battery (WW I) are accessible to wheelchair users, provided they are accompanied. Saltzwedel-Neu Battery (WW II) is not accessible to wheelchair users.
Families with small children should bring a carrier bag, because the Atlantikwall has stairs.
Dogs are not allowed on ATLANTIKWALL and ANNO 1465, with the exception of guide dogs. In the SCENIC PARK one can walk with the dog on a leash, there is also a walking meadow.

Coronavirus measures:

  • Reserving a ticket is mandatory.
  • Wearing a mouth mask is mandatory in all indoor areas.
  • Wearing a mouth mask is not mandatory in the open air on the Atlantic Wall and in ANNO 1465.
  • Gatherings are allowed for a maximum of 4 people (except for family members who live under one roof).
  • Because of the Corona measures, not all bunkers on the Atlantic Wall are accessible, there is an adapted Corona course. In ANNO 1465 you cannot enter all houses.
  • Cafeteria “Walrave” is closed, you can picnic at the designated places in the parking lot at the visitor center and on the square in front of the entrance to Atlantikwall.