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Helps explain the history of Arnhem, the bridge and people involved. Good video section and the people at the museum are happy to chat and explain the information. Well worth a visit if you are in the area. Brings past events back into real life.
We wandered into this museum almost by accident. What a remarkable find! As someone who has trouble visualizing topography, this little museum provides the best film I've seen to explain what happened in this region during Operation Market Garden. The main museum focuses on the...More
This isn’t really a museum: it doesn’t have many artefacts. It’s more a place from which to overlook the bridge and the Rhine.
The two gentlemen who manned the place were lovely – friendly, knowledgeable and sympathetic.
The story of the bridge is told via...More
A geat addition to th Arnhem legacy with strong visuals and content. It is good to see that entrance (when we visited) was free and walk out and the bridge is right there. Keep up the good work and keep up the free entry.
We were en route to Hameln, Germany and as our route was passing by Arnhem, we thought we would just stop off and see 'the bridge'. This museum was perfect for that 1hr stopover. The staff were lovely and talked us through what was in...More
Fantastic information about what happened at this bridge. Excellent translations into English, Dutch and German.
Staff were friendly and helpful in explaining what to see in the museum and what they recommend.
A fantastic free museum. Small, but worth a half an hour visit if...More
I will start off saying the building itself quite nice and looks like it was built recently. There are a few interesting items to see but overall they are banking on people coming in to watch some videos that aren’t particularly interesting. I kind of...More