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All reviews airborne experience market garden well worth a visit airborne museum both sides on display top floor allied forces short film couple of hours dutch resistance two hours several floors sound effects first class sherman tank well thought out
The museum is half an hour drive from Nijmegen and not to be confused with the Airborne museum at the John Frost Bridge
The 10 Euro entry is worth it and the museum covers four floors. After a bref introdctory video, make sure you hang...More
Don’t let the outside of this museum trick you into thinking it’s a small museum. There are two or three floors below ground that make this an essential stopping point. It tells the compelling story of the fighting in 1944. Outside you’ll find a Sherman...More
Well presented, sobering museum with great dioramas explained the events. Knowing the events of the past was not needed as the opening video helps explain what happened and what the building was used for. At times my husband and I were in tears remembering those...More
This was a last minute tour as I was in the region for business, and took a day to visit Oosterbeek and this museum. The beautiful Hartenstein hotel / museum, was only tarnished by necessary construction to the outside of the building, but the essence...More
Either if you are a "freaky" of the II WW or just a common visitor, this museum offers you a broad guide about the Market Garden operation; perfecly ilustrated and explained. There are many unique objets related and mementos.
Although outside the place seems to...More
We have visited this a few times and there is always something slightly different. It’s great value for money and has a brilliant collection of artefacts from the Battle of Arnhem.
A lovely memorial to the Airborne soldiers and people of Arnhem giving a comprehensive...More
My father participated in Operation Market Garden as a Glider Pilot & I’ve read a lot about the Battle of Arnhem, but I found the museum & exhibits able to provide extra atmosphere & information which enhanced my knowledge of events, & the personnel involved,...More
There is a small car park which you can access from the main road. There is no charge for parking here. In case this car park is full, you can drive on for about 100 meters, passing the museum on your right hand side until... More
There is a small car park which you can access from the main road. There is no charge for parking here. In case this car park is full, you can drive on for about 100 meters, passing the museum on your right hand side until you reach a somewhat larger (also free) car park in the adjacent residential neighbourhood. A walk of about 100 meters will lead you to the entrance.