A previous reviewer complained that nothing was in english. After having visited the museum, I can't help wondering if they went to a different place! Absolutely EVERYTHING is clearly outlined in both Dutch and English. For other languages you are given free audio equipment.
This museum took you on a journey through the war years from the perspective of the average dutch citizen. It was about much more than the resistance, it was about how the Netherlands coped with Nazi occupation. Admirably, it did not shy away from detailing the less heroic aspects either,explaining about collaborators and even the dutch peoples less than admirable actions as Colonial occupiers in the East Indies.
If you have time to do more than the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh museum this is definiately worth putting on your list.
Just get a tram or bus to the zoo and it is on the opposite side of the road to the main entrance.
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