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Have wanted to visit here for a while.My thanks to Raymond and Paul for being great guides.
It is not a big place but they pack a lot into the building.
They have plans to reconstruct a Waco glider and you can see their progress...More
This is a monument rather than a 'collection'; marking the site of the heavy equipment glider landing on the second day of the battle for Arnhem bridge. Of interest to someone on a battlefield tour for a ten minute visit.
I have reviewed this lovely museum before. We came back this year with my sister-in-law and partner who both loved the content. Furthermore, we had the great privilege to talk to a veteran whilst there. Paul Hendricks made us all welcome as usual as did...More
If Market-Garden is of interest, do not miss this collection. It is one man's labour of love. He, Paul, has a collection of 'bits' of gliders. I was stunned to see a Hamilcar cockpit and other parts along with similar from a Horsa glider.
I visited Wolfheze on the 70th Anniversary of the battle of Arnhem. Although the Glider museum is small it was very good, and has meny artefacts. the curator was very helpful. There is no charge to get in, but you can leave a donation. It...More
A small family run Museum. holding meny WW2 glider relics from Operation market garden. I visited on the 70th Anniversary. Not far from Arnhem and the bridge. well worth a visit if you like WW2 history. While i was there thay told me how to...More