As someone who grew up in the reformed tradition, I enjoyed this museum quite a bit; however, if you don't know anything about the Reformation you might want to read an introduction to it online before coming because there really is no introduction to the topic in the museum and it assumes that you have some understanding of issues surrounding this tumultuous era.
For example, the first room has several early translations of the bible which is fascinating if you know that translating the bible from Latin to the local languages, thereby making it accessible to laypersons, was central to the Reformation movement.
Nevertheless, for such a small museum there is a dense amount of information and it tries to make it accessible. I particularly liked the music room and the "Theological Banquet;" although, I do wish they would run the conversation every quarter hour rather than once an hour.
I found the staff to be friendly and helpful in explaining how to use the audio guide.
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