This museum takes an interesting and different take on WWII than any museums I'd been to before. It tells the story of so many people who tried to sabotage the Nazis and help people get out. They were unsuccessful of course, but it's interesting to learn about. The museum's set up was confusing for me, but that wasn't a big deal. Just meander through, take everything in, and then have a conversation about what you think you would do, and why you think people did what they did at that time.
The museum is in a nice, quiet location, yet it's easily walkable to center city. Or there's a tram that stops right by it too. There are a couple of nice cafes right outside too.
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