Anne Frank House, Amsterdam
About Anne Frank House, Amsterdam
Anne Frank House, Amsterdam - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Prinsengracht 263-267, 1016 GV Amsterdam, Netherlands
Ticket Price: 8 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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For those tourists who have heard about Anne Frank and her famous diary, this building may hold a special kind of importance which may marvel them. This is the building where Anne hid with her family during one of the blackest period of the History. 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 is deserted, it still has things like the quotation from the diary, photos and films, the original diary, things that were used by the people during their hideout phases. There is a media room which can take you on a virtual journey around the house.
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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 Anne Frank House Tickets. The Anne Frank House Ticket Prices may vary for different age groups with a certain concession in the Tickets for Anne Frank House for Children from 10 to 14. There is no Anne Frank House Ticket 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
- Adults 18+ EUR 8.50
- Between 10-17 years old EUR 4
- Below 10 years, admittance is free.
Anne Frank House Opening and Closing Hours
- The last admittance is 30 minutes before closing.
- Other preferred time time to visit would be late afternoon.
How To reach Anne Frank House by Public Transport
- Take a tram or bus from Amsterdam, Westermarkt
Restaurants Near Anne Frank House
- Museum Cafe
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Amazing place to visit. Very well done and a fine tribute to Anne, her family, and her story. Everyone who visits Amsterdam should go here... It's essential that this horrific period of human history is not forgotten, lest we forget and repeat our mistakes. A very moving experience. An essential visit
A must go if you're visiting Amsterdam. Very informative audio tour with visual information starting from the life of Anne Frank, to visiting her actual house with before and after photos (get to even see the real sliding bookcase that hid their door!) and how her father found and published the book. Book shop also sells copies of her diary. Book your tickets online so you don't get to wait in the very, very long queue. Students can use the Youth card to get a discount.
Sombre and strangely beautiful. Lessons to teach the rest of the world. This girl is the voice of millions not just then but now in an ongoing turbulent world. For those that are not fans of history I would plead with you to take a chance and visit. You will be glad you did.
I last visited the Anne Frank House over 15 years ago. Maybe my memory has faded but I remember a much more impactful and moving experience with a deeper exploration of the Holocaust alongside Anne's experiences during her 2 years in-hiding. This time, the house felt sterile and empty, although the audio guide does its best to add context. Considering the price, the crowds, and the sheer variety of other things to do, the Anne Frank House would fall off my 'must-see' list during a long-weekend in this wonderful city.
It's over 20 years since I last visited this museum. It has evolved into an excellent presentation of 1st hand history and the alterations to the building to aid traffic flow are really good. Staff really helpful - we booked online only hours in advance (on the same day) and were able to go straight to the front of the very large queue. Book online definitely.
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