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Price is cheap, just 2 euro per adult, and for children 1 euro.
It is a very nice museum near the pier.
You will learn about the history of the island, the first inhabitants. There are many fishing artefacts.
It is a must in Helgoland Island.
Written Apr 14, 2006
Address: Kurpromenade 27498 Helgoland
Phone: 04725 1292
Being a small isle with an upper and lower level, and one which can be traversed entirely within 2 hours walking time, Helgoland is ideal for a daily exercise program of light trekking, a jog along the beach, or meditating at "The Big Red Rock". To get from upper to lower level on the isle, there is an elevator provided offering single or roundtrip tickets, but most people choose to brave out the stairs that take you from the coast to the upper level of the island. After a 6 day stay in 2004, I found that I managed to lose 4lbs from the amount of physical activity I got just from walking and climbing stairs, added to a heart healthy diet of locally caught fish. My summer clothes fit more comfortably and my heart felt just a little bit stronger by the time I left!
Written Nov 25, 2005
When visiting Northern germany and having the possibility to go to Helgoland, one should take it immediately. From Cuxhaven the easiest way is taking a boat to Helgoland, which is also a great trip in itself. The Helgoland regatta (every year around Whit-sunday / Pfingsten) is the best time to go, though you will not be the only one. The hundreds and hundreds of sails going over the wild waters around the island is a magnificent sight.
Written Aug 8, 2003
Well, it's a small museum, but if you want to know more about helgoland, the best opportunity to find out whatever you want to know. It tells about the former occupying forces (Vikings, Pirates, Danes, English and Germans) and many other historical as wel as geological facts and figures. Quite intresting after a wonderful walk around the island and it's steep dropping red cliffs.
To the East of the main island there is a small sandy sister. Being under protection of the current that runs from the opposit side of Helgoland, here a microclimat dune-landscape excist. Only to be reached by special boat.
Written Feb 11, 2003
In case you are there in Mai, June or July, watch the birds breading on the rocks. Partly you can make great fotos of them with a zoom, cause they bread close to the footpath.
Written Jul 18, 2005
The long Anna is Germanys only free standing rock tower. And since 1865 the landmark of the high sea-island Helgoland.
Written Mar 7, 2005
You can buy duty free in the shops, but be careful, there are export limits!
Before You leave the island, You have to declare what You've bought in duty free shops.
Written Jul 20, 2004
Address: Next to the harbour
The journey to Helgoland started in Norddeich. The ferryboat took us to Norderney where we got on the Cat. No 1.
Updated Jul 20, 2004