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Learn more about the Battle of Arnhem and its history during World War II at Airborne Museum at Hartenstein. At the museum, housed in the former headquarters of the British Airborne Division, you'll gain an understanding of the battle, Operation Market Garden, and why the mission ultimately failed. During the battle, which was part of the larger Operation Market Garden, the Allied Forces attempted to capture the Arnhem Road Bridge. Their goal was to create an open route to Germany. You'll also get a window into the effect of the battle on the residents of this quiet town. See displays of weaponry, uniforms, and equipment, as well as photographs, films, and interviews with Allied soldiers. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Oosterbeek holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Airborne Museum at Hartenstein and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
Tours To Airborne Museum at Hartenstein
Private 2 Day Market Garden tour BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $646
Duration: 2 days
The Battle of Arnhem by Train and Bicycle (from Amsterdam) BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $246
Duration: 8 hours
Airborne Museum at Hartenstein Reviews
Only 5km from Argue in. Very easy to get to. Very large grounds. You can take walking paths thru the forest after or Be for you go inside to see the museum. They have a large gift souvenir shop. Many.... more »
If you are a ww2 enthusiast with special interest in ‘ operation market garden’ , then is the right place for you. It is the exact location where the Allies landed in German occupied Netherlands in... more »
Great to get a feel for Operation market garden at the place where it actually happened. Resistance stories and the outlines are great and informative. The 'war experience' did not add much for our own experience, but might be great to visit with kids.
Worthwhile museum to visit to see the history of this area from the second world war. The building is deceptively small, but there's plenty to see. It's split over several floors, but there is a lift. The floors are split into sections, eg the resistance network, and there are lots of back stories included amongst the facts. There are a number of short films to help cover more information.
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