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Anne Frank House

Open today: 09:00 - 19:00
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The Anne Frank House is a museum with a story. As a visitor, you experience this story through quotes, photos, videos, and original items. The atmosphere in the museum is authentic and subdued. The Anne Frank House can only be visited with an online...more
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Prinsengracht 263-267 | Museum entrance Westermarkt 20, 1016 GV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
+31 20 556 7105
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Reviewed today

We pre-booked our tickets a good few weeks before arriving in Amsterdam. Tickets cost £10, we booked a Sunday early morning as we hoped this would be a little quieter. The ticket states to arrive 15 minutes before our time which we did, we enquired...More

Thank Chinchitchlud
Reviewed today via mobile

So I would not normally visit museums (Not very cultured I'm afraid), but my wife insisted and I was not disappointed. This is such a wonderful place with a very somber feel to it. You enter via a large purpose built building attached to Anne...More

Thank 207leed
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Definitely one of the more sobering attractions in amsterdam. Really interesting and you get a sense of how they loved and what they went through which is super interesting!

Thank roughkiwi
Reviewed yesterday

Incredible, it's a shame you can't see the building from the exterior in it's original as they've built around it maybe to preserve the building. But the inside and the tour is so informative. Make sure you take the FREE audio guide, it gives you...More

Thank MaOlGeWh
Reviewed yesterday

this was a fascinating experience. everyone knows the story, but the details make all of the difference. and seeing the spaces in which they lived make the story far more intense.

Thank kurtdismas
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Was a little disappointed - expected to see it more authentic but just empty rooms - chilling visit We were very lucky and only bought our tickets the week before. One lady in front of us attending a day too late and the staff allowed...More

Thank SjJMells
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I cried. It's heavy. You should see it. Get your tickets online and wait nearby in the warm Westkirk before you go. Worth your time and money.

Thank opalfly
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

You need to book in advance but we secured tickets on the day. The museum was very interesting and well set out and organised. The stairs are extremely steep so not for visitors who cannot manage this aspect of this. Very pleased we made the...More

Thank sarahlewmae
Reviewed yesterday

I think you must have visit the Anne Frank House the disadvantage is that everybody wants to see it. I there are just to many people

Thank mark m
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This was hands down the favorite part of my trip to Amsterdam and Copenhagen. The house is preserved very well and the tour is done extremely well. The audio guide is great and full of important facts and stories. It was very busy. Make sure...More

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13 November 2018|
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Response from DrVa210 | Reviewed this property |
I think it is minimally a 20 minute walk. The tram is a good option if you are short on time or the weather is not great.
11 November 2018|
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Response from Tom C | Reviewed this property |
It's a bit of a hike. My cousin has a bad knee and took a cab. I was able to walk with another relative which but it was good exercise and fun to enjoy the local flavor.
3 November 2018|
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Response from ARCH41 | Reviewed this property |
They admit people at 15 minute increments. If your ticket shows your admittance time as 12:15 to 12:30 you can get in line AT 12:15 at the earliest and then you will be admitted no later than 12:30. If you miss your... More