Guided tour of storm surge barrier

UPDATE: Guided tours are not possible with measures regarding the corona virus. A visit to the interior of the storm surge barrier is possible and is included in the “All in ticket”.

Of course you already know that Zeeland and a large part of the Netherlands lie below sea level. In 1953 the dykes were in bad shape and also much too low. The odds of a serious flooding was once per 80 years. Thanks to the storm surge barrier these odds have been lowered to less than once per 4000 years. At Deltapark Neeltje Jans, you can view the interior and the exterior of this immense construction together with a skilled guide. The storm surge barrier consists for the major part of a large “traffic duct” . The Expo “Zeeland safe” is located in this “duct”.
With the Expo as basis, the guide will inform you of all the “ins & outs” pertaining to the construction of this masterpiece of engineering. You will also be allowed a viewing on the platform that is also called the upper beam. Here you will be able to experience from close quarters the sheer force of the water as it rushes by beneath your feet. When standing on top of one of the pillars you can enjoy a wonderful view of the Oosterschelde and North Sea.

If you would like to attend one of our guided tours (individual visits only) then this is certainly possible during one of our regular tours. These tours are offered several times each day. Reservations can only be made on the same day directly at the information counter or by phoning +31 (0) 111 655 662.

The guided tours are offered in Dutch and English.

Price: € 3.50 p.p. Only possible in combination with an entre ticket to the park.

Only a restricted visit to the interior of the storm surge barrier is possible and only in the accompaniment of a guide. For group visits through the interior of the storm surge barrier, we advise you to make reservations by telephone at the number: 0111 655 663.

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