On safari in the

Wadden Sea

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On safari in the Wadden Sea

At the museum we arrange tours out on the sand flats right outside the museum walls. If you would like to go out with a guide in the Wadden Sea, go exploring with a fork and net and hear more about its incredible and unique ecological system, then join us for a safari trip in the Wadden Sea.

Listen to one of our educators tell about the Wadden Sea, and what you can experience on a tour on the sand flats.

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The Wadden Sea

The Wadden Sea is an enormous pantry, where resting seals, huge and accessible banks of oysters and 12-15 million migratory birds attract visitors from near and far. The food chain in the Wadden Sea starts with the microscopic lifeforms found on and under the seabed, where there is a whole microcosm of underwater life which mostly goes unnoticed.

 

Read more about the Wadden Sea here

The Wadden Sea Pavilion and the Wadden Sea Enclosure

In the Wadden Sea Pavilion you can explore the sea birds of the Wadden Sea – eider, shelduck and widgeon.
Here you can watch the birds at close range as they dive below the surface.

In the Wadden Sea Enclosure you can find out all about the unique natural environment of the Wadden Sea – not just a national park, but a UNESCO World Heritage site. Here you can learn about the complex ecosystem of the Wadden Sea and its largest and smallest creatures.

Read more about the Wadden Sea exhibitions here

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