All groups have to make a reservation in advance, even if they aren't guided by us.

Guided tours

Museum tour

The museum offers guided tours through its permanent exhibition and through the neighbourhood, providing much additional information and interesting details.

Duration ± 1 hour in Dutch, English or German. Maximum of 12 persons per group. Several groups can be accommodated at the same time (i.e. multiples of 12).
Price € 65,- per group in addition to the entrance fee. 
By appointment only, phone +31 (0)20 620 25 35.

Historic neighbourhood

Duration ± 1 hour in Dutch, English, German. Maximum of 12 persons per group. Several groups can be accommodated at the same time (i.e. multiples of 12).
Price € 65,- per group in addition to the entrance fee. 

By appointment only, phone +31 (0)20 620 25 35.

See also: plantage area.

Memorial to the artists’ resistance movement. Artis Zoo. Artis remained open to the public throughout the war. The attics of the service buildings served as hiding places for between 150 and 300 people. Artis was never raided.The Wertheimpark is home to the memorial ’NOOIT MEER AUSCHWITZ' (Never again Auschwitz).

The former Portugees Israelitisch Ziekenhuis (‘Portuguese Jewish Hospital’). In 1943, Jewish men from mixed marriages were sterilised. Sterilised Jews were not deported. The image of a pelican with three young: the symbol of the Portuguese Jewish congregation. On Mr. Visserplein, adjacent to the Portuguese Jewish Synagogue and across from Waterlooplein, you can see the well-known statue commemorating the 1941 February strike, de Dokwerker (the dock worker).This beautiful city park is home to the memorial ’NOOIT MEER AUSCHWITZ' (Never again Auschwitz).

The Hollandsche Schouwburg was renamed the Joodsche Schouwburg (‘Jewish Theatre’). It became a transit house used to gather Jews for deportation. The Hollandsche Schouwburg is now a war memorial. Memorial to the artists’ resistance movement.

SCHOOL GROUPS

The visit to our museum will be much more interesting, useful and valuable if you have spent some time with the children beforehand, talking about WWII and the Dutch occupation and resistance. We encourage you to make use of our website. The website connects with the same themes found throughout the museum itself.

Please take note: we do expect appropriate behaviour from the teachers and other accompanying adults during the visit. This means an active participation to ensure a pleasant visit for all involved. Please read through the tips found in the attachment before your visit.
 

The Netherlands in World War II
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For school groups, we not only offer an English-language guided tour but also an assignment booklet filled with interesting multiple choice questions.

Please print the workbooks in colour yourself and bring them with you. The workbooks are also available for purchase at the museum, at € 2,00 per copy. If you wish to buy the books at the museum, please let us know well beforehand. They are not always available in bulk.

Please go to the following links to download:

The Resistance Museum Junior
See this permanent exhibition >
For school groups we an assignment booklet filled with interesting questions. A printed booklet is available at no cost for every child.
Please go to the following links to see the booklet: Junior booklet >

For special arrangements, prices and reservation please contact (+)31 (0)20-6202535 or .

No refund is possible when paying per invoice.

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