Dutch Resistance Museum

The Dutch Resistance Museum is located in the Plantage neighbourhood in Amsterdam.

The Dutch Resistance Museum, chosen as the best historical museum of the Netherlands, tells the story of the Dutch people during World War II. From May 14th 1940 to May 5th 1945, the Netherlands were occupied by Nazi Germany.

The permanent exhibition of the museum recreates the atmosphere of the streets of Amsterdam during the German occupation in World War II. Big photographs, old posters, objects, films and sounds from that horrible time, help to recreate the scene. The background of the Holocaust is visualized to the visitor. This is an exhibition about the everyday life during that time, but also about exceptional historical events, resistance of the population against the Nazis and heroism.

 

ESTABLISHED

1985

DIRECTOR

Liesbeth van der Horst

Location

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

ONSITE VISITS

87,000+ (2014)

ONLINE VISITS

309,500+ (2014)

FACEBOOK FANS

1,100+

TWITTER FOLLOWERS

400+

Team

INTK, collaborators and freelancers responsible for projects developed with the Dutch Resistance Museum.

Rui Guerra

INTK co-founder and strategist

Janique Smeets

Online communication specialist at INTK

Marjolein Marreveld

Marjolein Marreveld

Senior PR & Programme Officer at the Dutch Resistance Museum

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