Anne Frank House

Anne Frank House
Anne Frank House

The Anne Frank House is one of those places you simply have to visit while in Amsterdam. The Anne Frank House is the house in which Anne Frank lived for more than two years. Not a long time before the war ended they were discovered and that meant the end of the life of Anne Frank. But, her diary was later found and has probably made it one of the most famous diaries in the world!

An average visit to the museum lasts for about one hour.

Be aware that this is a very popular museum. The only way to access the museum is by buying your ticket in advance at the website of the museums. Tickets are normally sold out weeks in advance, meaning that you need to plan your visit carefully and order your ticket 5-6 weeks before you come to Amsterdam. If you don’t do that, there is very little chance you will be able to visit the Anne Frank House. You can book your museum tickets at

There are many companies offering Anne Frank tours in Amsterdam. These tours will give you a thorough introduction to the life of Anne Frank and the life of the Jews in Amsterdam during the Second World War. It is important to know, however, that these tours do not include an actual visit to the Anne Frank House. The only place to buy tickets for the museum is at the link above.

Would you like to join a tour that gives you more information about Anne Frank and life in Amsterdam for Jews and others during the Second World War? You can find a big selection of tours available here.

Anne Frank House visitor information

What are the opening times for the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam?

The museum is open between 9:00 and 22:00 on all days of the year with a few exceptions.


  • 1 January (12:00 – 22:00)
  • 27 April (9:00 – 17:00)
  • 4 May (9:00 – 17:00)
  • 12, 13, 14 September (closed)
  • 25 September – Yom Kippur (closed)
  • 25 December (9:00 – 17:00)
  • 31 December (9:00 – 17:00)

How much does it cost to visit the Anne Frank House?

Adults: 16 Euro
Age 10-17: 7 Euro
Age 0-9: 1 Euro

What is the address of the Anne Frank House?

267 Prinsengracht

How can I get to the Anne Frank House?

It takes approximately 20 minutes to walk to the museum from Amsterdam Centraal. If you are located at Dam Square, it takes approximately 10 minutes on foot. The nearest tram station is Westermarkt and this stop is a part of tram lines 13 and 17.

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