Dutch Resistance Museum

Dutch Resistance Museum Amsterdam

Dutch Resistance Museum Amsterdam


Dutch people in World War II

Amsterdam - The Netherlands were occupied by Nazi Germany for five years from May 14th, 1940 to May 5th, 1945. The Dutch Resistance Museum tells the story of the Dutch people in World War II.

The permanent exhibition covers the strikes, forging of documents and underground press, people into hiding, armed resistance and espionage.

A seperate section tells the story of the Dutch West Indies during the war. The former colony suffered badly under the Japanese regime of terror.

Dutch Resistance Museum photo gallery

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    Adress and visitor information

    Dutch Resistance Museum

    Address: Plantage Kerklaan 61
    Postal code and City: 1018 CX  Amsterdam
    Province/Region: Noord-Holland
    Phone: +31 (0)20 6202535
    Email: info@verzetsmuseum.org
    Web: verzetsmuseum.org

    Visit: An average visits takes approx. 2 hours.
    The Dutch Resistance Museum is located in Gebouw Plancius opposite Artis Zoo.

    Tram: 9 en 14, stop Plantage Kerklaan
    Metro/Subway: Waterlooplein (exit Hortus)

    Let op: The locations on the map are indicational. It is not always the entrance, parking lot or best route. The map shows up to 8 locations in the area. Want to see all locations? Check our Hotspot map or use the Search option on this website.



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