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The John Frost Bridge - John Frostbrug

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The John Frost Bridge - John Frostbrug

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Arnhem Private Guided Tour and Historic Cellars Visit

Visit the town of Arnhem on a walking tour with a private guide that can be customized to your interests. Explore Second World War landmarks including the John Frost Bridge, get views of the city from the Eusebius Church, visit the Duivelshuis, and see the system of cellars beneath the city streets. This walking tour includes entrance fees and pickup at centrally-located hotels, and both morning and afternoon departures are available.
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Greg wrote a review Aug 2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom5,124 contributions13,841 helpful votes
Arguably the most historically poignant landmark in Arnhem, The John Frost Bridge is depicted in A Bridge Too Far and based on the true events of the Battle of Arnhem. The bridge was renamed the John Frostbrug officially in December 1977 and great views can be had from the side of the Lower Rhine (Neder Rijn) River. Be sure to visit the Airborne at the Bridge free exhibition nearby.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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John K wrote a review Feb 2020
West Cork115 contributions24 helpful votes
When visiting Arnhem you must visit the John Frost Bridge and the Airbourne at the Bridge Experience.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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chutney453 wrote a review Dec 2019
Kent, United Kingdom36 contributions20 helpful votes
In September 2019 I attended the 75th Anniversary of the battle of Arnhem. The town was very welcoming. Everywhere I went you were made to feel at home. On paying my respects at the bridge, the locals were very friendly and polite. Near by are several bars, restaurants and coffee shops to chill and relax.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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DaveCooper-Mcr wrote a review Nov 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom46 contributions31 helpful votes
Amazing to trace footsteps of those brave men. Do a little homework before hand so you know the story and recognise the land marks
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Date of experience: November 2019
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BrissieJim wrote a review Oct 2019
Brisbane, Australia182 contributions40 helpful votes
The Airborne Museum right near the John Frost Bridge is small but gives a good overall understanding of the battle. It uses 3-D screens to show the story from the perspective of three men who were killed at the site - an Englishman, a German and a Dutchman. Downstairs there is also a large video screen showing the battle on a map. The museum is modern and has excellent facilities for the disabled, including a lift.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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