Anne Frank HouseCurrently Closed
- Address: Prinsengracht 263-267, 1016 GV Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +31-205567105
- Ticket Price: 8 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Heritage Building
Anne Frank House - Review
Anne frank house Amsterdam located on the Prinsengracht canal, close to the Westerkerk. Anne franks house is the building where Anne hid with her family during one of the blackest period of the History World War II. She hid there for two years and then the hiding place got betrayed and the people were sent to concentration camps. Although the building now it converted into a museum, opened on 3 May 1960. Anne frank museum is biographical museum and the 3rd most visited museum in the Netherlands. The museum it still has things like the quotation from the diary, photos and films, the original Anne frank diary, things that were used by the people during their hideout phases. There is a media room which can take you on a virtual Anne frank house tours around the house. Amsterdam For those tourists who have heard about history of Anne Frank and her world famous diary in which you can look forward to here is a lovely insight into the life of an adolescent Jewish girl who has experienced what it was like to live in the Nazi-occupied Holland. This building may hold a special kind of importance which may marvel them. Visit to the entire Anne frank museum it take min 1 hour and you will get to see old anne frank house pictures here as well.
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Anne Frank House has become a very frequented tourist attraction for visitors who come here to see the place that once served as a hiding spot of Anne Frank and her family. The place stands as a reminisce of those hard times and a great muse for historians. You can visit the place by purchasing tickets to anne frank house Amsterdam. The Anne Frank House Ticket Prices may vary for different age groups with a certain concession in the Anne frank museum amsterdam tickets for Children from 10 to 14. There is no Anne Frank House Tickets Amsterdam Costs for children under 10. Visit early to Buy Tickets for Anne Frank House as the place is known to get crowded later.
Anne Frank House Ticket Prices
Anne frank house tickets -
- Adults: EUR 10
- Child: EUR 5
- Anne frank house price for child below 10 years: Free
- Dutch Museum Card entry fee: Free
- European Youth Card cost: EUR 5
- I amsterdam Card and Student card or ISIC has no discount or free entry.
Introductory program price -
- Adults: EUR 15.50
- Child: EUR 11
Anne frank house tickets online available.
Anne Frank House Hours
Anne frank museum hours -
1 April to 1 November -
- Everyday: 9 am - 10 pm
1 November to 1 April -
- Everyday: 9 am - 7 pm
- Saturday: 9am - 9 pm
Anne frank house hours -
- New Year’s Day - 1st Jan: 12 - 10 pm
- Remembrance Day - 4 May: 9 am - 7 pm
- June, July, August: 8:30 am - 10 pm
- 18 September: 9 am - 7 pm
- 19 September: closed on Yom Kippur
- Amsterdam Museum Night - 3rd November : 9 am - 6 pm
- First day of Christmas - 25 December and 31 December.: 9 am - 5 pm
- The last admittance is 30 minutes before closing.
How To reach Anne Frank House by Public Transport
- Take a tram or bus from Amsterdam, Westermarkt
Restaurants Near Anne Frank House
- Museum Cafe
- The Brown's Cafe
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Things to Know Before Visiting Anne Frank House
73.3% of people who visit Amsterdam include Anne Frank House in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
31.33% of people start their Anne Frank House visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Anne Frank House
70.21% of people prefer walking in order to reach Anne Frank House
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Anne Frank House, Amsterdam Reviews
The story of Anne Frank may have been told countless times, but there is no comparison to actually coming here and feeling the aura of the people who had to live here in hiding, only to be discovered and shipped off to their deaths. Opening the bookcase and climbing the stairs to the Secret Annexe, then seeing some of the posters teenage Anne Frank had put up on her wall, is truly a poignant experience. Visiting early in the morning can help with avoiding the crowds and having time to reflect. Honestly this is the one place in Amsterdam that truly touched me.
The museum has been greatly improved. Even though there are many visitors in a very narrow place, it is still a great visit that leaves you thinking. Tickets have to be bought in advance online. That’s the only way to enter the building. Thanks to the free audio guides you are able, not only to follow the story, but also hear some of the main characters stories. For sure a visit to do in Amsterdam and to get to know a big part of its contemporary history.
Greatly improved facilities since I visited last time. We have purchased tickets about week ahead via website. The option with introduction (thanks Jet) it might be slightly more expensive but gives you an insides of the story that helps to appreciate experience much more. Moving and often heartbreaking facts leaves mark for the rest of the day. For people who expect touch and see a lot this is not place to visit. The story matters.
Extremely well done and management of large crowds perfectly. We bought tickets online before we got here and so glad because the lines were long. Great visualization of how they lived and how events happened. Read her diary beforehand to better understand why this is such an important part of history.
Incredible experience. So well done with individualized audio tours. Limit the number that can go in at one time so it is not super crowded. Mix of bare rooms, artifacts, film, and stills makes for a varied and full picture of what the family went through and the bigger impact Anne had on the world. GET TICKETS 2 months in advance online. No tickets at the door.
All QuestionsAnne frank house
Which building is Anne Franks hiding place during the war?Answer Report Abuse
It is the building at Prinsengracht 263-267. You will have to visit the museum to see the exact place Anne Frank stayed at.Report Abuse