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Anne Frank House (Anne Frank Huis)
Anne Frank House (Anne Frank Huis)

Anne Frank House (Anne Frank Huis)

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Prinsengracht 267, Western Canal Belt, Amsterdam

The Basics

The museum is one of Amsterdam’s top attractions and tickets often sell out—it is strongly recommended that travelers pre-purchase a ticket for a particular time slot. In fact, from 9am to 3:30pm, the museum is open only to visitors with a timed ticket purchased online.

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Amsterdam: Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter tour (TOP RATED)
Amsterdam: Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter tour (TOP RATED)
star-4.5
USD27.79 per adult
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Incredible experience
James was a fantastic guide who shared lots of wonderful intricate history that you cannot find in history books. Highly recommend!
Julia_S, Aug. 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Amsterdam

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Service with care!
Robert_M, Jul. 2022
Amsterdam: Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter tour (TOP RATED)
I booked this tour months ahead and when the time was finally there... i got covid. Fortunately the tour operater was very understanding and helpfull so we were able to reschedule for some weeks later. The tour was amazing, the service fantastic, no complaints!
star-5
Informative, inspiring tour
Helen_R, Aug. 2022
Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour through Amsterdam's Jewish Quarter
Stan was a great guide. Very thorough. He led us through importent parts of the city related to Jewish history. Kept on eye on us too.
star-5
Amazing
Lisa_D, Aug. 2022
Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour through Amsterdam's Jewish Quarter
The guide was not only very knowledgeable but funny as well. Loved it all, but especially the memorial with the mirrors and learning about all the people who was murdered during the cold war
star-4
Guide had a lot of...
Judy_G, Aug. 2022
Amsterdam: Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter tour (TOP RATED)
Guide had a lot of knowledge and was an interesting speaker.tour covered a lot of ground.the memorials were really beautiful
star-4
Lovely walk
Clare_G, Aug. 2022
Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour through Amsterdam's Jewish Quarter
Nice walk around Amsterdam with a very knowledgeable and chilled out and fun guide, Arthur. Would recommend. Would have preferred a little more in the older part of town. Holocaust memorial was impactful.
star-5
Riveting stories of Ann Frank from real life experiences
Janine_M, Aug. 2022
Private walk: Anne Frank in Amsterdam
Martin was a fantastic guide. We learnt things about Ann Franks past and the things that happened within her community that made her story come to life. Martin was so knowledgeable and had personal experience both from his own life and his parents who lived through that time in history. We highly recommend this tour for everyone!!!
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I understood Jewish...
Kyongil_K, Aug. 2022
Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour through Amsterdam's Jewish Quarter
I understood Jewish history. My son and my wife was happy in Amsterdam. My family met good guide. Thank to guide
star-4
Thinking I had purchased...
Rhonda_S, Jul. 2022
Anne Frank and Jewish Culture Private Walking Tour in Amsterdam
Thinking I had purchased tickets to the Anne Frank house and finding out we were not going to see her house and walking around the city instead. I felt manipulated by a website into purchasing the wrong tickets. Anna did a great job with our tour
star-5
Excellent walking tour - with Daniel!
Khoa_D, Aug. 2022
Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour through Amsterdam's Jewish Quarter
Awesome tour by Daniel who is very friendly, having deep understanding of the story and the city whilst showing us many great aspects of Anne Frank walking tour. Big thanks to Daniel!
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Bringing Anne Frank to life
RosaBruno, Aug. 2022
Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour through Amsterdam's Jewish Quarter
love to see the history of Anne Frank and brings book to life. Guide gave us the history and details
star-5
Wonderful walking tour if the Jewish Quarter
Robert_D, Aug. 2022
Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour through Amsterdam's Jewish Quarter
Arthur did an excellent job quiting and explaining points of interest, particularly the Bronze plates in sidewalks and the significance as holocaust markers. The Holocaust Memorial was very sobering and hallowed ground to walk through. The design of the Anne Frank house and history of the area overall. Very good.
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An exceptional history lesson
Susan_D, Aug. 2022
Amsterdam: Anne Frank and Jewish Quarter tour (TOP RATED)
I learned so many new things on this tour. I’ve always found it fascinating learning history from a different country’s perspective. Jyry, our guide, was great!
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • A visit to the Anne Frank House is an emotional experience, and appropriate solemnity should be observed.

  • You won’t need much time inside—30 minutes should be enough for you to see the interior and pause for a moment of reflection.

  • If you have time, stop in next door, at Prinsengracht 265-267, to see temporary exhibits.

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How to Get There

The Anne Frank House(Anne Frank Huis) is located in the center of Amsterdam, at Prinsengracht 263-267. It takes about 20 minutes to walk from Centraal station to the museum. Trams 13, 14, and 17, and buses 170, 172 and 174, stop nearby, at the Westermarkt stop.

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When to Get There

The Anne Frank House is open every day of the year except for Yom Kippur, with extended evening hours during summer. Lines can be long at peak times, especially in the early afternoon, when you may have to wait an hour or more to get in. To avoid the crowds, arrive at the museum entrance either early or late in the day. Keep in mind that last entry is 30 minutes before closing time and the line closes earlier—depending on how busy it is, this can be as early as two hours before closing time.

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Jewish Amsterdam

To get a clearer picture of Anne Frank’s life, both before World War II and during the Netherlands’ occupation by Nazi Germany, consider exploring some of Amsterdam’s other important sites in the Jewish Quarter (Jodenbuurt). A guided walking tour focused on Anne Frank’s life visits her family home and school, while an Amsterdam canal cruise along the Canal Ring (Grachtengordel) gives you a unique perspective from the water and a self-guided audio tour lets you learn about the sights at your own pace.

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