Anne Frank House
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'A museum with a story' Visit the place where Anne Frank wrote her diary during the Second World War.
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Anne Frank is one of Amsterdam’s most well known former residents. The Anne Frank House at Prinsengracht 263 in Amsterdam is where she lived in hiding with her family for more than two years during World War II. Now converted into a museum it contains a sobering exhibition about the persecution of…
So we never forget... a must visit for all. Book online before coming to Amsterdam!
The historic Anne Frank house. This is a absolute must to visit when you are in Amsterdam!
A 5/10 minute walk to the Anne Frank house. History about what happened to this jewish family.
The Anne Frank House is a museum with a story. As a visitor, you will experience this story through quotes, photos, videos and original objects. The atmosphere in the museum is authentic and modest. Voorhuis en Achterhuis On 6 July 1942, the Frank family went into hiding in the building at…
Famous story, famous book. Located in the Jordaan. Very busy attraction. Make sure to book your ticket online and in advance.
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