Spent a couple of hours here, could have spent longer, very interesting over view of the war years, recommended.
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This museum manages to go from talking about the greater population down to incredible and often heart rendering stories. It wasn't just the news who went I to hiding and there were many other things I learned while in the museum. There is even a...More
This was an informative museum. Theoretically it had interactive features, but not all of them worked. However, it was a good educational experience
My group forgot to get tickets to the Anne Frank House in advance so we considered this museum as an alternative. Fortunately, it was so much more than a consolation prize! This museum is very informative and tells the comprehensive story of the Dutch role...More
The museum offers a free audio guide that explains absolutely everything in this small but well explained museum. The museum gives an excellent overview of the Jewish situation leading up to and during WWII, making this a good stop before going to the Anne Frank...More
It's difficult to imagine what each individual would do when faced with horrific choices. This museum helps the visitor to understand what it was like to live in Amsterdam before and during WWII. Well worth the visit!
At first the museum may seem rather small but once you get inside you realize it's actually filled to the brim with history. The audio parts were done really nice and informative. There were many visual and material exhibits telling the story of the Dutch...More
This museum gives a lively story telling of the german occupation in amsterdam in ww2 . It uses newspapers films radio broadcasts pamflets hand outs at these times to tell a 5 year story with focus on the resistence organization and also the gruel nazi...More
this is probably the best WWII Resistance museum that I've been to and it has a great area set aside for kids. Mostly resistance related, it only touches upon the fact that the Dutch government sided with the Germans while the queen was in exile...More