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All reviews private collection operation market garden airborne experience short film first hand accounts vast collection definitely worth knew his stuff several floors interactive exhibits bottom floor lots of history knowledgeable staff explain things my dad worth a visit gift shop
Interesting museum, with a lot of artifacts. Perhaps we were too overwhelmed from all the visits to the various cemeteries and the war histories, but we passed through fairly quickly. I can see for those who's family members fought here, this would be a place...More
Nice tank at the entrance by the road Also interesting equipment by the entrance in the back. But after that it just looks like massive counts of of uniforms, weapons and other paraphernalia. But it gets redundant and boring (needs more story telling, interactive presentations,...More
One of the best museums that I have visited, originally the Hartenstein Hotel, location of the Division headquarters during the battle. The displays are well presented and very interesting, especially to all paratroopers.
This is a private collection held in a large house. There is a lot on display but it is very cluttered and poorly organised. Very little explanation for the items and we were followed around by a strange man who didn’t introduce himself (I think...More
We stopped by as we had a couple hours to kill after arriving in the area in business. The meusem is very interesting, we had a guided tour and it was amazingly detailed. The fellow knew his history of the area, the artifacts, etc., and...More