I found out about the Corrie ten Boom House from my cousin who enjoyed her tour there. I was forwarned that there was an evengelical tilt to the tour prior to attending. As we were taken to the living room and our guide introduced herself she did warn the group that there would be a religious part to the presentation. I found that there was a nice balanced between the history and religion. The story of Corrie ten Boom could not be told without the religious side to it and it would be incomplete. If you are not religious it is just a facinating place to be and to experience. Not just the hidden room but the knowledge that the house is build around a massive ships mast and has been a part of that community for centuries. The tour is free and we were not pressed to donate any money.
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