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War Museum No Man's Land

War Museum No Man's Land in Gendt tells the story of the heavy battle that was fought during the second world war in the Betuwe. In the museum you will find, among other things, artefacts and personal belongings of civilians and soldiers who lived and fought in the Betuwe.

The opening hours of the museum are:
Every Monday from 7.30 pm to 10 pm
Every Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
Every 3rd weekend of the month from 12.00 am-17.00 pm
You can book an entrance ticket via

War Museum No Man's Land on wheels
With a converted 1943 GMC truck, the No Mans Land War Museum brings the story of the Second World War in the Betuwe to the schoolyard.
In an interactive way you will experience what the Second World War was like for the Allies, the Germans and the local population in the Betuwe. This brings a unique piece of history to life.
Our unique truck can be rented for events and schools; a complete package is available for schools, including a workbook and a museum visit.

For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.

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  • Text: Museum Niemandsland
  • Photos: Arjan Vrieze (1, 4, 5), Oorlogsmuseum Niemandsland (2, 3)