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Anne Frank House

Prinsengracht 267, 1016 GV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
+31 20 556 7105
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Visit the hiding place where Anne Frank wrote her diary during the Second World War. From 9 AM to 3:30 PM the museum is only open to visitors with an online ticket for a particular timeslot. Tickets are made available on the website 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. If you are unable to buy an online ticket, you can always from 3:30 PM until closing time visit the museum and buy a ticket at the museum entrance.
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Prinsengracht 267, 1016 GV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The best of Amsterdam because it is totally different from other museums. However it shows the worst part of human being. I've been there many years ago and I visited once again with my father recently... He got really sad but realizing how happy we...More

Thank Unterleider H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This museum is brilliantly put together. The audio tour is rich and engaging. Despite studying WWII at school, the Anne Frank museum offers an entirely new perspective on what things were like during that horrific period. Prices are more than reasonable and it's clear that...More

Thank Danny B
Reviewed yesterday

Booked ages in advance on line - enjoyed the experience - good to keep the story alive - really busy when we got there but got in on time with rebooked tickets - need to book in advance

Thank Carlton5566
Reviewed yesterday

Visited Amsterdam for 10th wedding anniversary with my wife. She had read Anne Frank's diary as a child and was deeply moved by her story, so this was a must see to visit Anne Frank's house. I cannot recommend this tour highly enough! It was...More

Thank sc0ttnapier
Reviewed yesterday

Firstly, we were very surprised but relieved at the lack of infamous queue to get inside, even though we pre-booked tickets. The tour itself was very surreal, and extremely informative. Would highly recommend a visit for anyone in the city.

Thank Alice H
Reviewed yesterday

Go her early in the morning or late in the evening when all tourists are out for dinner. Otherwise you will wait longer outside than you will be inside this museum. The story behind Anne Frank and her family is really interesting and gives you...More

Thank Mike S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Nice preservation of memorabilia and historical artifacts of a tragic part of history. Get your tickets in advance, or plan for a long weight during summer months. Takes about one hour to go through building. Several very steep narrow stairs could present a challenge to...More

Thank borntotravelandcan
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It's difficult to put into words the effect the Anne Frank house has on people - even teenagers (possibly because Anne was of a similar age). We had pre-booked our tickets and had to arrive within a 15-minute time slot. I can't recommend this enough...More

Thank JackieAin
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My wife and I were in Amsterdam 2 days and 1 night and we decided we had to stop by here (we're both teachers and use The Diary in many of our classes). Even if you're not familiar with the story of Anne Frank, I...More

Thank Jake4102
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I had a short stay in Amsterdam and this was number one on my list of things to do during my short stay. The museum uses a good audio tour to brief you on the family and the background to their stay in hiding in...More

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santinobread
July 19, 2017|
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Response from MargandJul | Reviewed this property |
We purchased tickets only a week before we went , the only tickets available were the ones that included the 30min introduction, they cost a few euros more but it was well worth the extra, no queuing, our time was 5.30 it... More
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brewsky9
July 19, 2017|
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Response from BrettM119 | Reviewed this property |
Getting there too early will make the wait very tiring. They start selling the tickets at 3:30pm, so getting there between 1:30pm and 2:00pm is good. You won't have to wait too long. We did that. We also heard that going... More
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NorthCarolinaBudd
July 16, 2017|
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Response from SAYong | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the tickets to the 30 min education indeed only opens 2 weeks prior to planned visit date. wlWe decided to not to buy the combined reservation (introduction + timed entrance) as I did not want to take the risk of not... More
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