Anne Frank House, Amsterdam

Discover the hiding place where Anne Frank wrote her noteworthy diary during World War II at Anne Frank House. This home site and museum sits inside a 17th-century canal house in the center of Amsterdam. Since it opened to the public in 1960, this museum has inspired and educated visitors from around the world, many of whom were greatly affected by reading the published diary of Anne Frank. Step behind the bookcase that disguised the famous secret annex where Frank's family hid from the Nazis during the Holocaust. Get a sense of what young Anne's experience was like during those two years before she and her family were discovered and sent to concentration camps. Plan a trip to Amsterdam easily and quickly by telling Inspirock to suggest an itinerary.
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  • We visited the house a few years ago before the latest ‘renovations’. The story is a victim of its own success and the whole house is now just one big line of people moving through room to room...  more »
  • Heard nothing but good things about Anne Frank House and it did not disappoint. Book in advance and make sure you are there on time. I loved every minute of it, the staff were very friendly the...  more »
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  • The birthplace of a story that changed my life. The Diary of Anne Frank is a story of hope, history, inspiration and humanity - and to see the annex she so vividly describes.. to walk on the same floorboards just as she did... it is an absolutely humbling experience that is unrivaled by anything I've ever witnessed. I found the visit to be educational, emotional and I felt it honor her life and story so beautifully. I recommend visiting for yourself. May Anne's story live on.
  • Really interesting insight into the life of the Frank family and those that stayed with them. There is lots of original items, including some of the diaries and there is a great (and concise) free audio tour. It's probably the one Museum you HAVE to visit (but make sure you book) in Amsterdam. It was longer than I expected but still quite short and only took about 30 minutes to get round the whole thing. Definitely worth it.
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