The Battle of Arnhem, an important event from our shared past, had a major impact on the further course of the Second World War. The story of the Airborne Museum is therefore an important part of the Dutch cultural heritage.
At the Airborne Museum, stories of British, Polish, and German soldiers come to life, as do narratives of Dutch civilians. The museum shows a large collection of authentic weapons, documents, films, and photographs. Learn and feel by listening, watching and experiencing.
In addition to the versatile historical collection, the Airborne Experience is a unique addition to the museum. In the Experience you enter the battlefield and experience the Battle of Arnhem. The Airborne Experience was a winner of the Gouden Reiger, the Dutch award for exemplary projects in the field of target group communication with audiovisual and interactive media.
Would you like to know more about the possibilities and prices?
The museum has an attractive entrance fee and special conditions for touroperators. This only applies when booking in advance. If you have a request, email your ideas and wishes to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make a program proposal.
For more information about working with the Airborne Museum , please contact Anouk ter Horst via email@example.com or 085-4857816
The Airborne Museum offers a free multilingual audio tour available in Dutch, English, Polish, and German. At the entrance you will be given a podcatcher. This is an interactive audio device with which you can listen to sixty indepth and personal stories.
On average, groups are in the museum for 60-90 minutes.
There are several possibilities to extend the museum visit and make it even more memorable. For example, the group can be welcomed by a guide, who can give a short introduction about Villa Hartenstein and the Battle of Arnhem. Or add a visit to the Airborne Cemetery for a guided tour.
Touring cars can park for free near the museum. You receive information about this with the confirmation of your booking.
The Airborne Museum is open seven days a week from 10.00 –17.00 h. When booking for a group it is possible to visit outside opening hours on request. Please contact our booking department for possibilities and costs at