About Verzetsmuseum, Amsterdam
Verzetsmuseum, Amsterdam - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Plantage Kerklaan 61A, 1018 CX Amsterdam, Netherlands
Ticket Price: 10 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Verzetsmuseum is a Dutch resistance museum in the destination. The museum is famed for its iconic looks and great architecture which makes it a must go Amsterdam tourist attraction. The museum was chosen as the best historical museum in the destination and sees a lot of tourists all the year round. The destination is good if you want to know more about the Dutch people in World War II as it focuses on their life and struggles.
- It may be good to take a guided tour.
Verzetsmuseum Ticket Prices
- Adults: 10 Euro
- Children 0-6: Free
- Children 7-15: 5 Euro
- ICIS (international student identity card): 5 Euro
- Family Ticket (1 or 2 adults, 1 - 3 children under 15): 22,50 Euro
- Groups (min. 10 persons)
- Adults: 8 Euro
How To reach Verzetsmuseum by Public Transport
- Take a tram or bus from Amsterdam, Artis.
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Verzetsmuseum, Amsterdam Reviews - Write a Review
Extremely interesting and impactful museum. You can spend a whole day here if you want to read, hear, and interact with all of the content. I recommend this museum to visitors who are interested in Anne Frank and WWII as it shares numerous perspectives and personal stories about experiences in WWII. There is a nice interactive kids area, which is also worth a look for adults as well.
interesting museum! Their audio guide system was especially good and unique - they can easily accommodate many languages. Their complimentary lockers were also very convenient for those with bags. My only complaint is that the information is too general and vague! I was hoping for more specific stories about Dutch citizens who resisted, but the entire exhibit was terribly broad. There was not a single mention of one of my heroes and an amazing leader of the Dutch resistance movement - Corrie Ten Boom! How is that possible?!
Great and very interesting museum with portable sound devices in different languages (bring your own headphones if you like). A lot bigger than expected, I recommend at least two hours.
A very informative museum. Well designed to walk through the timeline when Germany invaded the Netherlands. Easily spent 2 hours here during my visit.
Excellent museum on the Dutch resistance. Our guide wove personal stories into the exhibition, and it really brought the museum to life.
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