The history of the Ten Boom family testifies of their love for and commitment to the Jewish people. The museum wants to be an 'open home', as a living memorial to this family who lived as Christians through their obedience to God and experienced His grace every day.
The Corrie ten Boom House can only be visited with a guided tour. During a tour, visitors receive information about Corrie and her family, and about the events that took place in the Ten Boom house before and during the Second World War. Visitors can see the hiding place, family photographs and objects from the Second World War. The entire upper floor has been made into an exhibition hall. Are you unable to visit the museum? Visit the museum online and follow the virtual tour!view the museum site
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The Corrie ten Boom House can only be visited with one of the free guided tours. During the tours, visitors are told about Corrie and her family and receive extensive information about the lives of the Ten Boom family before and during the Second World War.
The house has been furnished with care in the style of the period that the family lived there; visitors can see “the hiding place”, and view family photos and objects from the time of the Second World War. The virtual tour tries to give an insight into this special house; it is, however, well worth while to visit the house in person.
This museum is kept open, and other initiatives are taken, in order to continue to spread the news of the Gospel, which was so dear to the hearts of the Ten Boom family. Would you like to support us in passing on the spiritual heritage of the Ten Boom family?Make a donation