I've been there several times and its well worth the visit. The entrance is free with a gold coin donation optional. The museum is very informative and the air crafts' on display are in excellent condition. Every so often they hold a featured event, the last one I went to was the Dairy of Anne Frank. Although I've been to the concentration camp where the real dairy is held, this was very good and quite heart wrenching.
There's plenty for the kids to do and a cafe if you need a coffee afterwards.
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