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Anne Frank House

Prinsengracht 267, 1016 GV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
+31 20 556 7105
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Due to renewal work, from 16 October 2017, for a number of months all visitors must purchase an online ticket with a time slot in advance. Tickets are made available on the website www.annefrank.org two months in advance. The Anne Frank House is a small museum with limited capacity. The demand for tickets is far greater than the number available, so there may be no tickets available for certain dates. We hope you can find a suitable date and welcome you in the Anne Frank House.
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Prinsengracht 267, 1016 GV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
+31 20 556 7105
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Reviewed yesterday

You can not visit Amsterdam and not find your way to the Anne Frank House. Wow, a truly moving experience. I found the organization of the tour helpful, and well-planned. Yes, the area to view is small and cramped, but if you know the story...More

Thank mrsgfaz
Reviewed yesterday

An informative and interesting place. Even though I studied Anne Frank in school, read the book, etc...you don't realize what she and the other people in hiding went through till you go see it and get a feel for the size of the rooms. Living...More

Thank Cheryl H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Aside from being very informative it is the actual house/rooms they suffered in. I won't go into detail but if you can you should visit the house you should. They are currently doing refurbishment so you have to book in advance online or you won't...More

Thank DeanMurphy1987
Reviewed yesterday

There is something so solemn about the Anne Frank House that no one needs to be told to not speak. Also there is something overwhelming about standing in the same rooms that Anne and her family stayed in. We were fortunate enough to experience the...More

Reviewed yesterday

Visited the Anne Frank house in November during a layover night in Amsterdam. Excellent place to learn the history of one of the more tragic incidents of the entire second world war 2, Touring the house and seeing it firsthand was entirely unlike what I...More

Thank Edcellphone
Reviewed yesterday

A very moving experience. The museum gave us a lot of knowledge and isn't scared to hold back with details - therefore may not be suitable for children. It was very busy and you need to book in advance online. There are toilets and a...More

Thank 996Chrissy
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Defiantly worth visiting Anne Frank house. We pre booked our visiting slot and only had to wait in line for 5 minutes.

Thank leslie531
Reviewed yesterday

Myself and my friend decided to do Anne Frank on our last day due to the fact you can't actually book this on the day you want to go (sells out!) The queue was a complete muddle and noone seemed to know where to go...More

Thank AliceEW1996
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

An absolute must for anyone traveling to Amsterdam. Lots of stair climbing and crowded, but don't let that detour you from visiting. Give yourself lots of time to tour and read about the two families who lived hidden in the home and the friends who...More

Thank Marianne M
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

There is nothing like submerging yourself in a story and even more a historical one. The house of Anne Frank allowed us to do just that. With a excellent introduction full of background information and a timeline that puts things into perspective. Having read the...More

Thank Aurelio S
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20 November 2017|
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Response from Hench1 | Reviewed this property |
You can only book in advance and can not pay on the door
16 November 2017|
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Response from WesternGardener | Reviewed this property |
You get the audio guide once you enter.