Where is the Airborne Museum in Arnhem located?
Each year the Airborne Museum ‘Hartenstein’ is involved in events commemorating the Battle of Arnhem. It also serves as a gathering place for veterans, civilians and young people. The museum is close to the Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery where several hundred of the Allied casualties are buried.
Which is the only museum that tells the Battle of Arnhem story?
As a knowledge centre, the Airborne Museum is the only museum that tells the historical and socio-cultural story of the Battle of Arnhem.
When did the Airborne Museum in Hartenstein open?
On 11 May 1978, Major General Roy Urquhart officially opened the Airborne Museum ‘Hartenstein’. In 2008, the museum temporarily closed for an extensive renovation and expansion: a brand new lobby and basement were added to the building. The basement is used to display the new ‘Airborne Experience’, a series of dioramas of the battle.
Is the Dutch Airborne Museum exempt from tax?
The Airborne Museum ‘Hartenstein’ is registered with the Dutch Tax Office as a Public Benefit Organisation (ANBI). As such, the museum is exempt from paying inheritance tax or gift tax on inheritances or gifts. Every euro from a contribution is earmarked for the museum.
How many dance companies are at the Klein Memorial Auditorium?
View more upcoming events here. Did you know The Klein hosts over a dozen dance companies each year? Check out the video below for a behind the scenes look! Courtesy of Dance Workshop. Sign up for our bi-weekly emails and be the first to know about our upcoming events!