The Freedom Museum is a historical educational museum that shows the Story of War and Freedom without Borders. The museum tells the history of the Second World War in a regional, national and international context, places this history in the 20th century, and links it to current events.
In various educational programmes, the museum offers schools an interactive experience in which students' critical thinking is encouraged. There are programmes for primary education, secondary education, secondary vocational education and higher education. Within the programmes, conversation with pupils and students is central and through historical objects and interactive core elements of the museum they become acquainted with the greater history and the ever-changing meaning of Freedom.
Moreover, tips and information for presentations and papers about the Second World War are available on our website.