The biggest tip I could give for this would be if you can try and pre-book to go, we tried to this but couldn't get tickets for when we were there. This meant we had to queue for an hour and a half but it is worth a visit even if you have no interest in history. The story is told in such a way that people of all ages can get a real understanding of what happened to her and her family and how Otto Frank managed to get the house up and running as a museum after her death, the walls all seem to want to tell you the story so pack some tissues you will need them.
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