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Jewish Quarter Anne Frank Small-Group Walking Tour in Amsterdam
$34.40 per adult
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Private Tour: Anne Frank & the Jewish History of Amsterdam (4 hours)
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Open boat tour - All drinks included - 60 Minutes - Live guide
$27.52 per adult
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Amsterdam Combo: XtraCold Icebar & 1-Hour Canal Cruise
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Prinsengracht 263 - 267 museum entrance Westermarkt 20, 1016 DK Amsterdam The Netherlands
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Skip the Line: XtraCold Icebar Amsterdam Ticket
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Skip the Line: XtraCold Icebar Amsterdam Ticket

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XtraCold Icebar offers a chilled out experience for visitors looking for something beyond Amsterdam’s vibrant coffee shop and club scene. Forget waiting in line with fast-track entry to this venue that’s kept as cold as ice, and get into the spirit with three drinks included. Admire artwork, glasses, and more made out of ice, while keeping warm in a provided thermal jacket.
$27.16 per adult
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Olivia W wrote a review Nov 11
Saginaw, Michigan17 contributions10 helpful votes
I thought this experience was very impactful. I had read Anne Frank’s diary in Middle School, so it was interesting to see the actual place I’d read about. The way it was laid out was very smooth and the tour was very informational.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Tom Eischen wrote a review Nov 9
Germany8 contributions8 helpful votes
Very interesting a must see in Amsterdam. I can only highly recommend everybody to come and visited this museum.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Alfred O wrote a review Nov 8
Amsterdam, The Netherlands36 contributions52 helpful votes
Its energy is a nice place to spend a couple hours walking through in a early morning without any long line . Its a story about a young girl who was forced into hiding from the Germans with her family and family friends for two years . And was betrayed by a family employee and were turned in and all were sent to a concentration camp and perished just before the end of the war through starvation and deseases .Ann Frank keep a dailey dairy and at the end of the war it was made into a book in over 25 language s . You can walk through the two different levels of their hiding place in the house on Princingracht street .Amsterdam holds many buildings where the Dutch Jews were taken and held before the Camps .
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Jac V wrote a review Nov 1
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I have been to Auschwitz & such places leave individuals with different impressions. Though places are somber and dark, people will react differently. Though Auschwitz also doesn't have many plaques and is much larger, you still leave impressed upon. Now it was my own misunderstanding that there may be furniture or a recreated annex which there is not. However the huge rooms felt bare with a few plaques or quotes on walls and some small dialogue videos. Parents with children running around and being loud definitely distracts from trying to understand the silence and tensity that the Annex 8 endured. It also felt disrespectful and I'm not talking toddlers. The last room next to the shop was my favorite part. The detail of their prior neighborhood & people they knew to put a larger context of the world oustide the annex and other Jews provided more information than the whole of the Frank part which is the namesake of the musuem. If you're in amsterdam-go to see the rooms but even in Corona time, quite busy and too many people pushing you along or not following walking paths and you feel rushed along. The huge rooms felt more catered to large crowds without enough information - a bit sanitized. I think they should limit size of groups and put more information in the rooms. I know you listen to audio guides but I left thinking it's good I knew alot before hand. Once you're in the annex-you see the bookcase from afar and feel interest to see where they actually lived and original counters remain. not that you need to crowd the actual rooms with posters and signs. But smaller groups allowed in would allow one to take in more of the experience and the hugeness of the new additions feels empty, cold, and rushed. Disappointed but don't want to be disrespectful to the horrors that happened.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Lizzie M wrote a review Oct 2020
Northampton, United Kingdom38 contributions9 helpful votes
What a gorgeous place with so much history! The whole experience while visiting was so surreal. The audio cues as you explore more and more of the house are so interesting and really take you back to that time and how they must have felt! I love how the history has been preserved in such a way that gives you that wave of nostalgia even though you weren't there! You are not allowed to take pictures inside of the attraction which is fair but unfortunate as I would have liked to have more to remember it by. However the gift shop is large and has so much you can buy, little things like postcards and bookmarks as well as The Anne Frank Diary in all different languages and plenty more. It can get incredibly busy so I would definitely suggest buying a ticket ahead of time if planning a visit. All in all I really enjoyed my experience here.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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