The For Freedom Museum realistically portrays the gloomy times of the Second World War on the basis of 3 collections:
Dioramas immerse you in the regional history of 1940-1944. Each doll tells a personal story. Many Canadian families donated uniforms of their loved ones to the museum. (Collection by Freddy Jones)
The vehicles bear witness to the technological development and mass production during the Second World War. (Collection by Patrick Tierssoone)
The Belgian Aviation History Association (Bahaat) is the third partner with an impressive exhibition of excavated aircraft remains.
Go for an extra experience and make your museum experience even more intense with our audio tour. The audio guide provides not only an expert explanation in four languages, but also lifelike background sounds that make the scenes even more alive. From now on you can also use your own headphones or earphones for this audio guide.
Read the text on the screen.
The Dutch text was recorded by the warm voice of the Flemish actor Lucas Van den Eynde.