Julianaplein 43, Den Helder, The Netherlands
Hotel and no more Cinema
This is a small hotel in the heart of town.
It's located above a former cinema; it can be noisy at times.
Unique Quality: The AH supermarket is in the same block.
Directions: Just North of the train station
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My wife and I are visiting Den Helder next month to go to my cousin's memorial. We hope to lay a wreath and are trying to contact the Burgermeister's department of the local administration for any permissions which may be required. does anyone know of a contact phone number for the relevant authority. any help in this will be greatly appreciated. We are also looking for a suitable hotel near 2E Vroonstraat.
Re: War Memorials
The Den Helder city counsil info:
Stadhuis Den Helder
address for visitors:
Drs. F. Bijlweg 20
1784 MC Den Helder
1780 AA Den Helder
Emailing might be the easiest way to pass on your request:
Map of the 2e Vroonstraat at:
I once took a picture in this area; see: http://p.vtourist.com/701786.jpg
I have 3 hotels for you in in the neighbourhood; see:
Wienerwald is closest to the railway station.
Travel Tips for Den Helder
Local Tourist Office & USEFUL LINKS
Den Helder Tourist Offices:
VVV Den Helder
1781 HH Den Helder
VVV Den helder
1781 AS Den Helder
VVV Internet site
Den Helder harbour
Den Helder webcam
About the Museum
1781 AA Den Helder
Tel.: (+31) 223-657534
Fax: (+31) 223-657282
From Mondays to Fridays: 10.00 - 17.00.
On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: 12.00 - 17.00.
The pay-desk closes on 16.30.
From November until April the museum is closed on Mondays.
Also the museum is closed on 25 December and 1 January
Adults € 4,50
Children (5-15 years old) € 2,30
People aged 65 and older € 4,00
Holders of a CJP free of charge.
Friends of the Naval Museum free of charge
Holders of a Veteran's pass free of charge
Holders of an annual museum pass free of charge
Defence personnel free of charge
Entrance fees for groups.
Adults, groups of more than 20 persons € 4,00
Children, groups of more than 20 persons € 1,75
Den Helder is a harbor were...
Den Helder is a harbor were marine ships from all over the world come. So when you walk through the centre of the village you can see sailors doing their shopping.If I heard it right, this were Russian??? Some rather goodlooking chaps btw :-)! One day I hope to sit in one of the pubs where sailors go. As someone told me, many sailors like to sing and make music and bring their own music instruments.Scottish pipes, Russian singers, I just love to be there one day!
This place is just for a daytrip. You can better stay for the night some place else. So don't bring all your bags etcetera. Bring an umbrella, it often rains here. The wind can be cold too. In summer it will be more nice. You can probably find a touristshop here that sells good film for your camera.
Prins Willem (destroyed after a fire)
At Willemsoord, in the historical museum harbour you can visit a VOC-replica of the Prins Willem vessel.
This ship was built in 1985 at the Amels shipyard at Makkum.
It's 68 meters long and the highest mast is 54 meters.
2009 UPDATE: In the night from July 29-30 a fire broke out at the lower deck and thereafter the whole ship was destroyed by fire.
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