The Airborne Museum has a maximum number of visitors. It is therefore necessary to book a ticket online.
Open daily from 10:00 to 17:00.
Tickets & prices
Up to 20 people
Adults € 15
Student Card € 10
Children aged 8 – 17 € 10
Children aged 4 – 7 € 8
Museum Card. Free
Militairy ID & Veteran Card € 7,50
The museum is located on the outskirts of Oosterbeek, 10 minutes away from the A50 motorway coming from the south, and from the A12 motorway coming from the west and the east. Once you have arrived in Oosterbeek, follow the ‘Airborne Museum’ signs. Using a GPS system, the complete address (including zip code) should be entered. In many of these systems the museum is also mentioned as ‘point of interest’.
There is free parking behind the ‘Klein Hartenstein’ restaurant (Utrechtseweg 226). Navigation adress: Talsmalaan 1, Oosterbeek. Touringcars can park at the Oranjeweg opposite the museum.
By public transport
Take the 352 bus from Arnhem Central Station. The journey takes about 15 minutes.
Oosterbeek train station is on 10 minutes walking distance.
The Airborne Museum is accessible for disabled visitors. Every visitor can reach every part of the museum, also with a wheelchair. There is an elevator, a toilet for disabled people and there are two wheelchairs available that can be borrowed. Dogs are not allowed in the Museum, with the exception of service dogs.
Visit the Airborne Museum with your class, colleagues, associates or tour group. Discover the possibilities!
All information can be found below. We are happy to think along and draw up a suitable program together. In the Airborne Museum you will experience a special day you and your company will never forget. Or get in touch directly:
SHOP & CAFÉ
Museum Shop & Café
The museum shop contains all sorts of articles about operation Market Garden and the Battle of Arnhem that you can take home as a souvenir of your visit to the museum or give to someone else. We have an extensive collection of books, an attractive line of clothing and unique souvenirs.
The museum café ‘Het Rode Hert’ is a place to enjoy a delicious cup of coffee, freshly baked pastries or lunch. The café also has a sunny terrace that borders on lovely Hartenstein Park. You can visit the café during museum opening hours.