The Anne Frank House museum is probably one of the most iconic places to visit when you hit Amsterdam. The House is dedicated to the story of the young writer and this biographical museum dedicates itself to the Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. There is no way Anne Frank Haus should not be on your list when venturing the city. Be warned tickets sell fast and queues are long if you try to book last minute but, so worth it. The Tour is run in main languages and can be heard room to room via a personal tour system.
After the war, Otto Frank’s two companies move. The building at Prinsengracht 263 stands empty and is at risk of being demolished. The success of Anne Frank’s published diary draws huge attention to the hiding place, leading to it being saved and restored. The Anne Frank House opens to the public in 1960. To mark its 50th anniversary, there’s now a Secret Annex Online as well as the actual museum in Amsterdam.
Tickets can be booked here.
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