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Anne Frank House

Prinsengracht 267, 1016 GV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
+31 20 556 7105
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Visit the hiding place where Anne Frank wrote her diary during the Second World War. From 9 AM to 3:30 PM the museum is only open to visitors with an online ticket for a particular timeslot. Tickets are made available on the website two months in advance. The Anne Frank House is a small museum with limited capacity. The demand for tickets is far greater than the number available. If you are unable to buy an online ticket, you can always from 3:30 PM until closing time visit the museum and buy a ticket at the museum entrance. Please note: Due to renewal work, from 16 October 2017 admission to the Anne Frank House is temporarily only with an online ticket with a timeslot.
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  • Average7%
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Prinsengracht 267, 1016 GV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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+31 20 556 7105
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Reviewed yesterday

This is the most important thing you can do in Amsterdam. Be sure to make an online reservation because they are busy. You get an audio self guided tour of the secret quarters plus other areas. The history presented is fairly extensive and truly conveys...More

Thank reanders19
Reviewed yesterday

You need to get reservations for this as they limit tickets due to the crowds. It's hard to call something like this "Excellent" given the nature of the history. But having read her diary in high school, you develop mental pictures of what the space...More

Thank SoCa1l26
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My friend and I booked the tour with the introductory session beforehand. I would really recommend this as it gave a great sense of what was happening at the time when the Frank family were in hiding. The tour itself is great. It is an...More

Thank Robyn L
Reviewed yesterday

Be sure you purchase your ticket well in advance because they slot you in at different times. So sad, but a must visit. Brought me to tears. Very well done.

Thank Pattie H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very nice visit history buff very very interesting and history of occupation of the Netherlands good visit in the museum very interesting really tell the story

Thank Joe M
Reviewed yesterday

I missed the reserved time slot and waited in line after 3:30 because the rules stated the pre-paid ticket was invalid for any other time. Their website made the policy seem pretty strict, so I was prepared to have to buy a second ticket. After...More

Thank beena620
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very nice museum. It's great to walk through and see some of the history that I've always heard about. Buy your tickets early and online to save yourself time.

Thank eric h
Reviewed yesterday

If you go to Amsterdam and you have not made time to visit the Anne Frank House, you are doing yourself a disservice. The building has been lovingly preserved and transformed into an engaging and moving tribute to Anne and her family. If you plan...More

Thank Dublin_Siobhan
Reviewed yesterday

I have done the introduction talk. I had read the book some years before going, the information from the chat is interesting, the only thing is that the person that performed that day was telling the thing really by heart and fast. You go though...More

Thank Leticia T
Reviewed yesterday

This is so much more than an attraction. It's a piece of history that everyone should take the time to see. Anne Frank's diary of her experience of the Holocaust is one of the most famous accounts of the tragic event. But when going through...More

Thank Maggswuhoo
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Amit Z
23 September 2017|
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Response from Sam N | Reviewed this property |
Check the ticket website every morning, before 9AM. It seems they release a few extra tickets daily.
19 September 2017|
Response from C1620UJchristinem | Reviewed this property |
You can get them by going to the anne frank tickets sales website. Scroll down to "buy online tickets for the introductory program + museum visit". There are lots of tickets available on September 28th at various time... More