'Very populair museum. Anne Frank lived here.'
Small and impressive museum. Anne Frank wrote her world-famous diary here and was hiding in the second world war. Extremely popular.
- museum tells a world famous story
- a visit might be emotional
- very busy
- not very much to see
Our review of Anne Frank House
Hidden in this House
In the Anne Frank House, the Jewish girl Anne Frank kept herself hidden from the Germans during the Second World War. Along with her family. Eventually, the family was betrayed and Anne died in the German concentration camp Bergen-Belsen. The diary written by her is world famous.
Feel the emotion of the hiding
The Anne Frank House is now a museum. Here you can see and especially feel what it must have been time for hiding. The rooms where Anne and her family were in hiding, are now completely empty. Otto Frank, father of Anne, wanted this very much. Otto Frank survived the war eventually. His daughter Anne Frank did not.
House with emotions
Prior reading the diary of Anne Frank is obviously not necessary, but gives a very special feeling to be finally in the house. And almost anyone get special feelings in this house.
Very popular museum
The Anne Frank House is a relatively small museum and fine documented. With various videos and a scale model how the rooms out there used to have seen with decoration. An excellent museum and extremely popular. You do well in the evening or very early in the morning to plan your visit.
Facts of Anne Frank House
Duration of visit
Amount of visitors
Every day. Closed on september 26
9am - 7pm Saturday till 9 pm. From march 15 - september 14: 9am - 9pm saturday till 10pm
+31 (0)20 5567105