Our exhibition ‘Heroes of the North Sea’ runs until 3 January 2021, come and experience it. During World War II more than 260 Flemish fishermen lost their lives when their ship hit a seamine. Experience their fears and realise that 75 years after the Liberation, the risk of mines and bombs on the seabed is […]
We wish you a very warm Christmas and a happy and carefree 2021! The For Freedom Team
Our museum will be open again from Tuesday 1 December 2020, you are most welcome! Of course your safety and that of our staff is paramount. Guidelines for a safe visit: * Mouth mask mandatory during the entire visit * Visit the museum only individually, with your family or your bubble * Visits with groups […]
After the museum visit our visitors can have a word in our guestbook, we’ll let you read along…
Due to the renewed coronary measures, we unfortunately have to close our museum from 29 October 2020 for an indefinite period of time. If you would like more information you can reach us on +32(0)50 68 71 30 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance for your understanding, we’ll meet again!
A handy gift for the holidays, a birthday or an event: the gift voucher. From now on also available with us. You can spend it in our shop but also as an entrance for a museum visit.
War, occupation and liberation are engraved in the memories of our grandparents or parents, most of us have heard of them. The fact remains, however, that we owe it to ourselves to continue to remember the sacrifice of our liberators, especially now that we can celebrate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War […]
From Saturday 11 July 2020, mouth mask mandatory for every visitor from the age of 12 years.
A fact of which we are very proud! The scores on Tripadvisor are a kind of reflection of what visitors think about a place. For historical museums in Belgium, For Freedom Museum is at NUMBER 2 stands after the Memorial Museum Passchendaele 1917. For military museums in Belgium we are NUMBER 1, in front of […]
During WWII, more than 200 Flemish fishermen were killed when their ship ran into a mine. Live their experiences and know that 75 years after the Liberation, the danger of mines and bombs on the seabed is still a threat to our fishermen. “Heroes of the North Sea” an ode and tribute to those who […]