The Rescue and Ferry Museums are both located in an ammunition bunker dating from 1943 on the Badweg. The Jan Lels Museum manages an impressive number of objects, books, paintings, photographs and other tangible objects. These memories illustrate the rich heroic and sometimes sad history of rescue in the North Sea area from Scheveningen to the Belgian coast. The museum also shows the history of the former Zeeland Steamship Company, which has maintained the ferry service between the Netherlands and England for more than 100 years. You will also find a large number of objects that make the history of the Ferry, which is also so intensely connected to the Hoekse society, tangible.