- See, hear, and read fascinating stories about everyday life during WWII and glimpse Dutch society in the 1930s
- Don't miss Food in Wartime, a special exhibition documenting what people ate and cooked with during the occupation
- See moving personal documents and photographs, supplemented with video images and sound fragments
It's 1940 and Nazi Germany has invaded the Netherlands. What do you do? This is just one of the many questions you might be asked, or find you're asking yourself at the Dutch Resistance Museum. A visit here is a powerful look into the way people thought, acted, and lived in the midst of WWII.
From women smuggling weapons in prams to cooking with flower bulbs, at Amsterdam's Dutch Resistance Museum you'll learn how Dutch people resisted the rules and restrictions of the Nazis.
Experience the shock of the unexpected German invasion. Hear stories from the exceptional people involved in the resistance, and let the authentic objects, photos and documents, film and sound fragments whisk you back to the period between 14 May 1940 and 5 May 1945, when the Netherlands were occupied by Nazi Germany.
In the Food in Wartime exhibition, learn why the Dutch diet actually became healthier during the occupation, and see how top modern day chefs like Pierre Wind and Angélique Schmeinck coped with making dishes from wartime ingredients (did we mention cooking with flower bulbs?)
An educational day out for the whole family.
- Access to the museum
- Access to the exhibitions
- Audio guide
Show your smartphone ticket at the reception.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
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