Dolmen D5 is located near the village of Zeijen in the Dutch province of Drenthe. Some large boulders and a nameplate mark the entrance to the site. However, the boulders at the entrance have nothing to do with dolmens.
Dolmen D5 was built between 3400 and 3100 BCE. and is attributed to the funnel beaker culture.
The dolmen is characterized by the fact that the base of the deck hill is still quite visible. Originally, a larger part of the dolmen was hidden under the deck hill. However, this was undone when the dolmen was partially excavated in 1833.