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Anne Frank House

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Prinsengracht 263-267
Amsterdam 1016 GV, NL
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'A museum with a story' Visit the place where Anne Frank wrote her diary during the Second World War.


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  • Photo of Caitlin Lara
    a month ago
  • Photo of Emma Daubenmerkl
    2 months ago
    Purchase tickets ahead of time
  • Photo of Andrea Jones
    7 months ago
    Go early
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    10 months ago
  • Photo of Ines Sax
    a year ago
    Anne Frank huis
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  • Photo of Danielle Pacheco
    Anne Frank House in the center of Amsterdam is the hiding place where Anne Frank wrote her famous diary during the World War II. Just a few empty rooms in the hidden annex to the house will make an unforgettable impression if you realize, that two families lived in these small quarters for more than 2 years hiding from the Nazis. The original of the diary is on display, as a part of the Anne Frank House's permanent exhibition.
  • Photo of Nomadic Matt
    a year ago
     This house is where Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis during World War II. The house showcases her life, what it was like to live in the annex, and other information about the Holocaust. It is a sad and moving place. Expect very long lines. Prebook your tickets online to skip the ticket line. Go after 6pm to avoid the masses. Opening hours: Daily (9am–9pm). Price: €9, discounts for students. 
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  • Photo of Kien Pang
    a year ago
    Anne wrote in her diary of hearing the Westerkerk’s bells, a small sign of life outside her hiding place.
  • Photo of Bill C
    2 years ago
  • Photo of Sonny Curt
    2 years ago
    Need to go here
  • Photo of Brielle 💖
    Bring tissue and make this your last stop of the day. The impact is too great to go in without having it really hit home. A must see site.
  • Photo of Mercy
    The most beautiful, moving museum/memorial I have ever been to. The original wallpaper and photos affixed on the wall is heartbreaking.
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    Een geschiedenisles die je niet mag missen en een boeiend bezoek.
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    This is the house where Jewish girl Anne Frank wrote on her diary while hiding from the Nazis in World War II. Prinsengracht 263-267, and will take about a 20-minute walk from the Central Station.

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