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Reviewed today

It was a very long queque, i think i spend there 1 hour, i was tiny disappointed when i came there since the material wasn't as compleet as u find in documentaries. Still worth to see!!

Thank FedericoM2770
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Reviewed today via mobile

Very moving experience. Make sure you book online because otherwise there is no chance to get in.
From Central Station you can take tram 17 that stops at the Westerkade, close to the Anne Frank Museum.
Also you are not allowed to go inside before the time that is given on your online ticket so prepare for that.
It is busy but the way it is organised you won’t noticed this to much when you go inside.
Don’t expect a full furnished house but displays and the audio tour tells you about the families who use to hide her for two years. There is a cafeteria on side where you can enjoy some refreshments after the tour. A most visit when you are in Amsterdam.

Thank Martybossy
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Reviewed today

I saw this many years ago, but the presentation is so much better now. Always busy. You must book online well in advance. We were booked for 9:45 am on a Sunday. Arrived at 9:30 and were allowed in about 9:40, though I gather at times there can be long waits to go in.

Thank AYL038
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Reviewed today

This is more than just popular and so imperative to book online and arrive in good time. It is a very enlightening and interesting place. Read Anne's diary as being in the Annexe will make a different kind of sense than just a sketchy initial knowledge although there is a depth of information to absorb. Prepare to be moved and find out more, whatever you know. It opens a level of history of Amsterdam and Holland regarding WW11 that you may want to explore more. It will be crowded but the way it is arranged will allow easy passage. It is quiet and respectful.

Thank happytravels618
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Reviewed today via mobile

Somewhat harrowing but a reminder that we must never allow this to happen again... I cannot say more....

1  Thank HnP3
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Reviewed today

After seeing a number of Holocaust sites throughout Europe and the world. This is the most personnel insight into a normal innocent family fight for survival. The stories of the friends that helped hide these two families will give you hope in humanity and the pins on the wall where Otto mapped the allied invasion whilst he was must have been thinking it was only a matter of time for liberation, only to be captured by the SS will bring a tear to your eye.
Book tickets before your arrival as this sells out.

Thank 926simonc
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Reviewed yesterday

everyone to Amsterdam should visit this inspiring tribute to Ann Frank and her family and friend's experience.

Thank Kurt S
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Anne Frank Home and Museum is a very moving and humbling experience. Be sure to grab the audio equipment and watch out for the steep stairs. Someone with walking and climbing issues may have difficulty.

Thank lfc865
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Anne Frank House was the cultural highlight of my whole trip to Amsterdam. You definitely need to book before you visit. Everything about the museum is well thought and and well organised. You have to check in your coat and bag in the cloakroom but it is free and makes the tour more enjoyable as there is a constant stream of visitors. The audio guide is also included in the €10 euro fee and it was really easy to use and very good quality. I visited coincidentally on Remembrance Sunday so it was particularly poignant. However, I feel the whole experience would be moving and interesting whatever day you visit. I would allow at least two hours to visit the museum as you do not want to rush this experience. Superb!

Thank MandyWella
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We also booked the introductory history lesson, which I recommend if you need a quick refresher before the tour. Very moving. Is a self guided audio tour through the building including the offices, and the annex.

Thank Jordon H
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