The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam
The Anne Frank House is located at #263 Prinsengracht in the center of Amsterdam. This is the infamous house where Anne Frank and 8 others hid during Nazi Germany. Their story was captured by Anne Frank and later discovered in the dairies she kept. On May 3rd 1960 the Anne Frank House officially opened as a museum. The museum is well preserved and contains many original objects on display including Anne Frank’s diary. Guests can walk through the house where there are different rooms with exhibits, including the actual hiding place behind the bookshelf door.
What you should know before you visit the museum:
- The museum is open daily, check the official museum’s website for times here: The Anne Frank House Opening Hours & Admission Prices
- Set aside at least one hour to explore the house. There are no tours or tour guides, only a tour brochure with background information about each room which is available at the entrance.
- Due to the steep stairway, this museum is not accessible to guests with walking difficulties