All year long
As the Netherlands was deeply affected by the German occupation between 1940 and 1945, the Resistance Museum in Amsterdam ensures that this dark episode in modern Dutch history isn’t forgotten.
This informative and educational institution recreates the daily life of the ordinary people who came together during the war to resist Nazi oppression, even if it meant paying with their lives. First hand accounts and authentic documents detail the conditions in which the Dutch lived during the Second World War.
Admission prices :
- 11 €
- Children up to 6 years : Free
- Children from 7 to 16 years : 6 €
Closed on 1 January and 25 December