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Airborne Museum Hartenstein

Utrechtseweg 232, 6862 AZ Oosterbeek, The Netherlands
+31 26 333 7710
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Historical place

This former hotel is ons of the iconic places of WWI and the story of the liberation of The... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
NLcycle
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Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Exellent museum plenty to see and do, a must visit

A must visit of your WW2 trails, beautifully kept museum and grounds outlining the battles and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
charlylou
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Carterton, United Kingdom
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4 days ago
“Historical place”
1 week ago
“Exellent museum plenty to see and do, a must visit”
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Utrechtseweg 232, 6862 AZ Oosterbeek, The Netherlands
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+31 26 333 7710
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This former hotel is ons of the iconic places of WWI and the story of the liberation of The Netherlands. It is beautifully preserved, and has lots of artifacts, maps and pictures. Also the bookshop is worth a visit.

Thank NLcycle
Reviewed 1 week ago

A must visit of your WW2 trails, beautifully kept museum and grounds outlining the battles and liberations of WW2. Well stocked gift shop, plenty to choose from and not your usual 'tat'

Thank charlylou
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A group of us visited this museum, which covers the WW2 airborne action of the area over several floors, lots of memorabilia, photos, video and interactive displays, at the Hartenstein hotel which was the allied troops headquarters. Thoroughly enjoyed the visit and would recommend it.

Thank Mickg54
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Hartenstein was the HQ of the besieged Ist Airborne in Oosterbeek. The existing property is laid out well with the historical context, personal medals, pictures and the story of the battles in Arnhem and Oosterbeek. The basement area has been extended to incorporate diaramas...More

Thank Jane_Stephen_13
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This museum is worthy the trip we took from Brussels, a very well presented museum overall, but the basement was really well done. A walk through "war zone" replicating the area near the bridge was realistic and quite strong. My only minus is that it...More

Thank Snake6
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Amazed how the Hartenstein building has been developed to include 3 floors below ground so that the disastrous events of September 1944 can be reviewed in a lot of different formats and consolation taken from some aspects of human perseverance and friendship that have resulted....More

Thank E8887TZmartinp
Reviewed 19 May 2017

Visited with friends. Very well laid out and designed in superb surroundings. Thougvht provoking and sombre place. A must visit. The house itself is also being restored to its former glory. Lift acces to all floors, easy for wheelchair or infirm people to move around....More

Thank Gwlader
Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

If you're interested in Word War 2 history this is one of the stops on your tour. Dedicated to the Airborne divisions of mostly England and Poland, and Operation Market Garden. Imposing and commanding use of photos and memorabilia from both the Allies and Germans....More

Thank TheDutchWayOfLife
Reviewed 6 May 2017

This is a must if visiting Arnhem. It explains market garden in such a way that it is understandable and relateable to any age and the experience area is a must see! based at HQ for general Urquhart is a real bonus. Also very helpful...More

Thank Tom P
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

We were in the museum for two hours, the information, the films, the exhibits, the final walk through the reconstruction of the battle for the bridge was amazing. So much to see and learn, could have spent much longer there.

Thank Janice B
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Therese234
How can you get to the Airborne museum from Arnhem and how long would it take by public transport?
4 September 2016|
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Response from EricCheshire | Reviewed this property |
There's a bus running frequently to the museum area (as well as the cemetery). The bus runs from the Central bus and rail station in Arnhem
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MINIPaul
Is there a car park at the site and if there is then how is it accessed? I will be visiting on my way to the ferry so time will be short therefore a bit of preplanning helps. Thanks
12 January 2016|
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Response from Morís d | Reviewed this property |
There is a small car park which you can access from the main road. There is no charge for parking here. In case this car park is full, you can drive on for about 100 meters, passing the museum on your right hand side until... More
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Georgina T
We are wondering if there is public transportation that we can take between the Arnhem Oosterbeek Commonwealth War Cemetery and the Airborne Museum at Hartenstein. We are coming to the cemetery via train from Amsterdam. thank you.
18 July 2015|
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Response from Airborne M | Property representative |
The Utrechtseweg in Oosterbeek is under construction at the moment, and that is why bus line 1 does not drive the normal route. Is it possible for you to walk? The War Cemetery (Van Limburg Stirumweg) is near the Oosterbeek... More
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