The Anne Frank House is quite possibly the most famous house of Amsterdam. It was here where Anne wrote her famous diary during World War II. Together with her family, Anne lived in a secret annex of the house, situated behind a bookcase that functioned as a hidden door.
See where Anne Frank lived
Visit the Anne Frank House to see with your own eyes where and how Anne lived during the war. The original diaries of Anne are on permanent display, together with other writings and original objects. Every six months you will find a new temporary exhibition on related subjects. The museum is open every day and to avoid ticket lines it is advised to come early. You can also buy a ticket online that allows you to go straight through a special entrance and avoid queuing.
Baby carriages can’t be taken into the museum and should be left empty, without children or baggage, in the central hall. It’s recommended for (young) children to be prepared for a visit to the Anne Frank House. Children aged 10 and older can join a special family program (fees apply) with their (grand) parents before they visit the museum.