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Nationaal Monument Kamp Vught

Lunettenlaan 600, 5263 NT Vught, The Netherlands
+31 73 656 6764
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Just speechless

Went there and was just speechless. In WW2, so many people were taken to german camps. This is one... read more

Reviewed 26 January 2016
Erik P
Waalwijk, The Netherlands
History that should not be forgotten

Before leaving we had researched this monument and knew that we would visit. I emailed them and... read more

Reviewed 12 January 2016
Sundre, Canada
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14 Apr 2017
“Poignant and sad”
31 Oct 2016
“Another site to visit and remember”
Lunettenlaan 600, 5263 NT Vught, The Netherlands
+31 73 656 6764
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Reviewed 26 January 2016

Went there and was just speechless. In WW2, so many people were taken to german camps. This is one of them, and it is close to my home. Never took time to go there until "That day"... Got really emotional from the stories the guide...More

1  Thank Erik P
Reviewed 12 January 2016

Before leaving we had researched this monument and knew that we would visit. I emailed them and they booked us an English tour on a date and time that we would be visiting. This was an excellent choice. It cost us a bit more but...More

Thank Valbca
Reviewed 14 December 2015

Camp Vught is the closest Concentration Camp to visit, the change to get in is not cheap at 6 Euro's per person but is free the 1st Wednesday of each month. A small taster of how horrific these camps were but as a late addition...More

Thank Steve C
Museum N, Public Relations Manager at Nationaal Monument Kamp Vught, responded to this review

Dear Steve, thank you for your visit. I hope you were also able to visit barak 1B, located halfway down the street, with the restored camp barrack and a multilingual exhibit concerning Camp Vught during and after the war. This is a good combination, however...More

Reviewed 29 October 2015 via mobile

This was the first camp I'd been too and although it was very informative and well designed I found lack of English translation a little frustrating. When I say designed I mean that most of the camp has been knocked down and rebuilt as a...More

Thank Ell1981London
Museum N, Public Relations Manager at Nationaal Monument Kamp Vught, responded to this review

Dear Ell1981London Thank your for your message. Camp Vught National Memorial is meant to be a memorial centre and I agree with you it is not as horrific as at that time, since it is reconstructed and above all: we cannot imagine or reconstruct exactly,...More

Reviewed 5 October 2015

Although only a fraction of the original camp is available to tour, the monument is worth seeing if you are interested in this history. It may be helpful to know a bit about the camp before visiting. The information placards are not in English, but...More

Thank NekoCat
Reviewed 7 September 2015

I have a personal connection to the camp...my grandfather and great-grandfather were imprisoned here for 3 months in early 1943. I had heard a few stories from my mom, and wanted to see the kamp for myself. It was very powerful and moving. Lots of...More

Thank Katie048
Museum N, Public Relations Manager at Nationaal Monument Kamp Vught, responded to this review

Dear Katie, thank you for your interest in our memorial centre. Especially when people like you are personally committed, we appreciate your opinion even more. I hope you visited barrack !B as well, which is bilingual in Dutch an English (open Wednesday-Saturdagy-Sunday 12-17)? The permanent...More

Reviewed 11 June 2015

Following the glowing tripadvisor reports, I was looking forward to visiting Kamp Vught. Though very relevant to the victims of the second world war, I found the museum quite sterile. The only thing of authenticity was the memorial at the far end of the site,...More

Thank Martin N
Reviewed 29 May 2015

I visited with a group of GCSE students. We had a very good tour with a guide who had lived through the occupation. Like other reviewers I have visited camps in Germany, Austria and Poland, but this added more to my understanding of the horrors...More

Thank ChaletSchoolFan
Reviewed 16 April 2015

Camp Vught is a place that many people probably have not heard of, but it should not be missed out of your trip. The memorial is very moving and emotional place. Most of the writing does not have any English translation, however we was given...More

1  Thank Abbie W
Reviewed 16 December 2014 via mobile

This memorial is very well done. Everything is in Dutch, though. There is no formal tour. You walk through on your own. Nothing is in English--which would have been nice but did not detract too much from the experience. This camp is very well done....More

Thank Emily V
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Cianna F
Hi, I am traveling to the Netherlands with a study abroad class and I would like to visit this site on one of my free half days.I know I will be free to explore on my own around 12 in the afternoon. Im wondering I would have sufficient time to travel to the site and back and have enough time to see everything. My free afternoon would be on March 24th. Any help with this would be appreciated. Thanks!
23 February 2017|
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Response from Museum N | Property representative |
Hi Cianna, thank you for your question. The museum is opened from 10:00-17:00 Friday the 24th. Travel times to the museum depend on where you are staying that day, and on the manner of transport of course. In general a 2... More
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Kenzie J
I'll be there on the 6th of December. Can I buy tickets online?
1 December 2016|
Response from Museum N | Property representative |
Hello Kenzie, you are welcome to visit our memorial centre on the 6ht of December; we don't sell tickets online. You can easily buy a ticket at the information desk. The museum is open from 10 o'clock. We also advise you to... More
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I am heading to Amsterdam 1st March for 4 days and would like to visit kamp vaught , any suggestions on the best way to get here from Amsterdam?? Public transport or tour leaving from Amsterdam ?
23 January 2016|
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Response from Steve C | Reviewed this property |
Vught was chosen as the site for the Camp because of it's proximity to Den Bosch which is a train hub a bit like Crewe or York in the UK so rail transport should be an option. There is a line that runs within a few hundred... More