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.
The Museum has various educational programmes and offers an exciting and accessible introduction to the central theme of freedom for primary education (groups 6, 7 and 8). These programmes have a wide range and are tailored to the class level.
Are you interested in a visit to the Freedom Museum, but you want to test it first? This is possible. Call 0031 (0)24-3974404 or send an email to email@example.com. You will then receive two free tickets for the museum. You are more than welcome!
Lunch possibilities for school groups:
Nibble lunch box - € 5.75 p.p.
For school groups we offer our Nibble lunch box. This lunch is packed in a handy bag and given out on the spot. The Nibble lunch box consists of:
- 1 soft brown roll with cheese and 1 hard multigrain pyramid roll with ham.
- 1 apple.
- 1 juice box of Wicky multi fruit (sugar free).
* There is a completely vegan option. The vegan lunch exists of vegan rolls with vegan cheese and vegan pâté. Note: Nibble lunch boxes can only be ordered in combination with one of our educational programmes or tours.
You can book a 1.5-hour tour of the highlights of the Freedom Museum led by an expert guide.
€ 25.00 per guide (max. 15 pupils per guide).*
What do you choose?
The programme "What do you choose?" (2 hrs.) guides groups past the essential parts of the museum where it's all about making choices. Pupils are introduced to (fictional) historical people and situations and learn from the dilemmas back then and now. Pupils are then encouraged to put themselves in...