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The Big or Eusebius Church in Arnhem has dominated the skyline of the city of Arnhem for more than five centuries now and tells the history of the capital of the province of Gelderland from the Middle Ages until the Second World War and the post-war...more
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The church itself wasn’t open but you can go into the tower.
There is an elevator so you don’t have to climb all the stairs
The’re 2 glass platforms so you can go outside the tower to have an amazing viwe over Arnhem and the...More
Unfortunately, the church was closed to due restauration work, but we did get to see the wonderful view from the tower instead. The glass-elevator makes it possible to see the church bells as the elevator goes up right between them in the middle of the...More
If Church steeples are your thing & observing all around you from a vantage point then this is definitely worth a trip. Plus thers a glass bottomed observation ppoint if you have the nerve......(no I didn't!)
Unfortunately when I went the church itself was closed however the tower was open.
What’s unique about the tower?
The highest viewing point is 80 meters and around 73 meters they have two see through balconies which makes you feel as if you were standing...More
I came here purely to see the church. It was destroyed during the Battle of Arnhem but rebuilt after the war. Unfortunately it is closed again for restoration,
You can still visit the tower and travel in the panoramic, glass elevator. There is a charge...More
Sadly the church itself was closed for restoration, but there were some very moving photographs of the destruction done to the church and town by the Germans in WWll and the subsequent reconstruction. You can still go up the tower, either by climbing the stairs...More
It is interesting to see how they honored the paratroopers from Operation Market Garden. It is well worth going in to see it and it is free. They also have photographs of the church and the area during the war.
There was a lot of construction going on at the cathedral, not much to see inside BUT the elevator ride up 70 meters and the walk out the plexiglass walkways up there was thrilling!! Could see the famous "Bridge Too Far" and whole countryside. There...More
The tower is part of Eusebius Church which is being renovated, we only had enough time to visit the Tower section. It opened at 10 am and there was a charge of 9 euro. You can’t miss the tower it is 73 metres tall, at...More