The Airborne Museum is an active cultural organisation that enjoys working with private individuals and companies to pass on the story of the Battle of Arnhem.
For example, with new exhibitions, each of which illustrates the Battle of Arnhem from a different perspective and connects the past to the present. Support from friends is very important to this effort.
The Airborne Museum at Hartenstein faces immense difficulties at the moment, due to the corona virus. Do you think it’s important that this significant chapter in history continues to be told? Then support the museum and become a friend of the museum or make a donation.
Support the museum for this year (€ 17,50) and receive a Friends membership that gives you free admission to the museum plus the temporary exhibitions and events. You will also enjoy a 10% discount in the museum shop (not applicable to books) when you show your membership card.
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The Airborne Museum would reopen to the public on March 13, the day the corona measures went into effect.
After a 5-month renovation, we really wanted to show the completely renovated museum to everyone. Before the corona crisis, the financial perspective was very good. We had never had so many bookings in the months of March, April and May. Within one day they were all cancelled.
The museum generates 95% of its income through ticket sale and merchandise. Without this income the future of the museum is uncertain. Read more about our financial situation. Please support us by making a donation.
GIFTS AND LEGACIES
Het Airborne Museum has been designated as a cultural ANBI.
This means that the Airborne Museum is exempt from taxes on gifts and legacies so that your gifts fully profit our cultural goal.
Would you like to make a one-time donation or donate for a longer period? Your gift can be deducted from your taxed annual income. Your gift can be earmarked for the museum in general or for an exhibition. For more information, please contact the director via (026) 333 77 10 or email@example.com.
Giving an object
Objects, photos, recordings and films are of great historical importance. These objects and personal stories make the Battle of Arnhem in the Airborne Museum accessible to a wide public. Here and now, but also for the generations who come after us. We are very grateful for gifts in the form of unique three-dimensional objects and paper/audio-visual material related to:
- the Battle of Arnhem (primary) and Market Garden (secondary)
- the history of Villa Hartenstein (in which the Airborne Museum is housed; a national monument)
- the history of the Airborne Museum Foundation
Donate material to the Airborne Museum?
Please do not leave material at the museum’s reception desk. We would appreciate it if you would make an appointment with our curator via (026) 333 77 10 or by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.