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Reviewed yesterday

Question: People with disabilities ,must pay to entrance in museums? Many thanks in advance for the answers

Thank Leonardo K
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Most famous museum in Amsterdam. Great collections of paintings, weapons, household goods, fashion. Too much to see in one day. Nice cafe and gift shop.

Thank frederickr629
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I took the 30mn of presentation. The young guy who did, Alex, was absolutely fantastic and so emotional. It was feeling like the first time he was doing it (when he is doing it 1000 times every week).

It is a very sad visit but great place to go. We all read or seen the Anne Frank’s diary.

She wrote she wanted to be a famous writer.

So few she knew...

1  Thank Neshama07
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Reviewed yesterday

I would give 5 stars but do agree with some of the other posters about how many people are queuing in certain exhibits. We went in one of the earlier slots in the morning and even then we were waiting around 30minutes to actually see the diary.

Overall it was a fantastic experience though and definitely worth a visit.

Thank Jenna K
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I went to Anne Frank House at the beginning of November, I must admit you will not expect the emotional rollercoaster in there, I didn’t know but where Anne frank and her sister used to draw on the walls the drawing on the walls are still in there, covered with glass to preserve same as all the posters the girls had, you can go through the book case they used to hide in, honestly such a good experience - I will advise though, I thought you can buy tickets on the door - you CANNOT buy ANY tickets at the door everything has to be done online - they release tickets 3 months in advance ( they sell out quick) and if they sell out you have to buy it on the day, I think like the 30% of tickets left get sold on the day, me and my partner logged on at 10am when they first start releasing the tickets and luckily we managed to get 2 tickets but they sell out fast keep the page refreshed till you buy one :)

1  Thank AGSK95
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The museum does a great job of welcoming large numbers of visitors through a small space while at the same time providing a great overview of these tragic wartime events. What it cannot do is give you a real sense of what it was like for a normal teenaged girl to spend some two years cooped up with seven others; what she and the others ate; how they attempted to make the time go by, and the hopes and dreams of that gifted young lady. That is left to the diary itself, and is why I suggest you read it before you go if possible.

Thank Cannuckk
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Very well done and informative. The museum has amazing artifacts and really lets you envision how Anne & her family hid in the house. Don't be disappointed if you can't get tickets online 2 months before. Keep trying - we got the tickets the day before we wanted to go. One of the highlights of our trip.

Thank Pamela M
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Worth doing the pre visit talk, which provides useful context to story and exhibit. Not a massive amount to see but worth visiting to gain a small insight into the family’s life in Amsterdam. Interesting was our presenter’s repeated assertion that their story was no different to many others’ at that time other than that AF had a gift for writing and her father the contacts to have her diaries published

Thank IanKarenandJoe
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Time slot tickets are enforced. This helps with overcrowding but there was still some waiting around in queues on the upper floors. Though the staff handled it really well in a friendly calm manner.

The actual exhibition is good, the actual diarys being at the very end. Audio guides are an absolute must!

All in all would recommend as an insight into the story of Anne Frank

1  Thank amyhI9393TB
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Enjoyed my time here, was a very emotional experience and left me teary eyed. Using the audio guide definitely provided a better clearer understanding of the events what occurred during the War.

Thank tcepeart
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