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This was an inspiring tour about an important piece of history.
The tour had a nice pace for the most part, but I wanted a bit more time in the room with the photos and documents, but I get that most people aren't into it...More
My mom and I came to Amsterdam for a weekend getaway. The Corrie ten Boom house is somewhere we always wanted to visit. If you're staying in the city center of Amsterdam you can easily get to Haarlem by train and then it's just a...More
I agree with SageHk’s recent review. Adith, our guide offered some useful insights into the wartime experiences of this and,no doubt, many other Dutch families, but the over heavy emphasis on Corrie’s religious beliefs and the time spent on this detracted from us being offered...More
I came to Haarlem with a group of international students on a field trip to learn about culture in the Netherlands. I arrived very excited to visit the museum and learn the history of the ten Boom family, but I left feeling disappointed and a...More
Went on an excellent tour with an enthusiastic guide who shared a lot of information about the family and how they helped many Jewish people. Corrie sheltered them in secret hideaway in her bedroom when she and sister Betsie helped them. She travelled the world...More
This was on my bucket list and did not disappoint. Please get tickets in advance as a tour only hold 20 people which is tight in rhisxsmaller home/space.
Before you go-read The Hiding Place and read with your children. It will mean so much more...More
It is no secret that this famous family were Christians, please keep that in mind before enjoying the free tour of their home to learn their history.
Just like the lives of the ten Boom’s the tour is rich with teachings of God’s love and...More
Arrived on a Saturday and got there just ten minutes before the afternoon tour, and we just made it into the tour. They were really nice and let a few people over the 20 max in after us. I wish I had reserved a morning...More
It’s hard to believe that in this very modest sized home large numbers of Jews were provided refuge and comfort during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. For this free tour an English speaking guide relates the fascinating story of the Ten Boom family who...More
The best way to get from Amsterdam to Haarlem is by train. Not to expensive, not to far and a really enjoyable trip if you like public transportation. You could always rent a car but I never do because I don't want to hassle... More
The best way to get from Amsterdam to Haarlem is by train. Not to expensive, not to far and a really enjoyable trip if you like public transportation. You could always rent a car but I never do because I don't want to hassle with knowing all the bike, pedestrian and road laws.
I didn't reserve tickets on line....I walked up and saw the schedule on the door. It will show what language it is in. Then we walked around until it was time. Do know - they are small tours I think 20 max. So if you are... More
I didn't reserve tickets on line....I walked up and saw the schedule on the door. It will show what language it is in. Then we walked around until it was time. Do know - they are small tours I think 20 max. So if you are not in line and the first 15-20 people you will not get in on that tour. We arrived 20-30 minutes prior to the tour and we were already #10-11-12! Check out their facebook page....you can always message them to see if they are open during your specific dates.