With its entrance right opposite Artis Royal Zoo, Amsterdam's Resistance Museum has clever dioramas and interactive exhibits that neatly chart the absorbing story of the gradual rise of Dutch resistance to their Nazi occupiers from 1940 until the end of World War II. Printing presses, ID cards, and touching personal artifacts like the Christmas tree made out of blackout curtains add to this impressive exhibition. Along with the 140,000 Jews sent to concentration camps and murdered, around 20,000 Dutch nationals were sent to labor camps in Germany; of those 2,000 were executed and several thousand more did not survive the appalling conditions. The Resistance Museum Junior is found in a new wing of the museum and focuses on the experience of Dutch children under Nazi occupation.