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My wife and I toured the ten Boom house. It is hard to imagine what the ten Boom family and the entire country of the Netherlands went through during WWII. We saw the false wall and the hidden room where they were able to hide...More
We booked our timed tickets before leaving home and walked in when our name was called. A very touching message of human kindness and forgiveness. Our guide was excellent in the details of the ten Boom family and their ministry to Jews in World War...More
We didn't know the impact this brave family had on WW II. This was a very impressive story about what one family did to fight the Nazis and help the Jewish families in their community. You visit the rooms where the families hid and learn...More
In this little house in Harlem, The Netherlands, we got to witness a home where Corrie ten Boom hid an saved countless Jewish people during the Nazi takeover of the Netherlands. Our little tour guide is amazing. She brought the story to life, telling intimate...More
Firstly I recommend booking online in advance (make sure you take note that some of the tours are in Dutch and some are in English when booking), because you are guaranteed a spot.
This was an incredible experience, and such an inspiring story to hear...More
Amazed at what Corrie ten Boom’s family did during WW2. The hiding place is a great book, and the tour of the home brought it to life. Worth the trip from Amsterdam (which was not difficult from central station, on the sprinter).
I"The Hiding Place" is one of my favorite books ever, so once we came to Amsterdam, I made it a point to see the Corrie Ten Boom house. The tour is not long, but it is deeply inspiring and enlightening. To think that an 80...More
I was all of maybe 13 when I read The Hiding Place as part of my school curriculum, and it deeply affected me. So when I recently visited Amsterdam I made it a point to visit Haarlem to go to the Corrie ten Boom museum,...More
I knew a bit of the story of Corrie Ten Boom, but haven't yet read the book it seen the movie. During this tour, I was blown away by Corrie's courage, faith, and smarts. Yes, the tour guide talks about the Christian faith, but it's...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.