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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
Great museum which brought to life all that I have read over the years. This visit was a culmination of years of trying to get here and explore the area. You must visit here if you are interested in the experience of these guys. Unique...More
A very good museum dedicated to the airborne assault on Arnhem and its impact on the town of Osterbeek. The museum is nicely laid out and information is well presented. It’s not the biggest of museums but it provides a good oversight of the battle...More
Tour starts at the top of the house, interestingly explained with visual and audio commentary available. Found the “resistance “ exhibition on the first floor fascinating but sobering. The interactive exhibition in the basement was well done. Lovely little cafe halfway through the tour was...More
The museum is set up very clever. On the first floor they start with factual information and a display of various war items. All well preserved and set up in a clear way. Some experiences from soldiers are worked into the equation. The next floor...More
top place-very well done staff love the british,close to other battle field locations and very close to pay your respects to the air bourne war dead,make you wonder how they did what they did,will go again
Anyone who has seen the film will recognise the museum as the former hotel and HQ featured in the movie.
There’s a huge amount to see with excellent actual equipment used by the Resistance and the Paras during, before and after Op Market Garden.
This lovely museum in peaceful grounds is very well presented and informative. It tells the story of Operation Market Garden the landing of troops to free the Bridge in Arnhem (A Bridge Too Far) Well worth a visit and very informative.
I have only good things to say about this museum. If you're interested in the second world war this is a must-visit! The exhibitions range from documentaries and interviews with survivors to weapons and outfits worn by the combatants. You can even experience the 'airborne...More
This small museum, off the tourist route, in the Netherlands is well worth a visit. It tells the story around Operation Market Garden in WWII and is extremely informative and well put together. It is a combination of more traditional museum displays and superb dioramas....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.