Anne Frank House, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Prinsengracht 263-267

Amsterdam, 1000 AS Netherlands

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020 556 7105

http://www.annefrank.org

  • 8 mentions in What are the 3 best museums in Amsterdam?

    • Andrew P.

      Andrew P. said, "...Aside from the Anne Frank House which is a deeply moving experience (care is needed to avoid too much of a crowd) I'd recommend one of two canal houses that have been preserved in their original state from Amsterdam's Golden Age and each..." See More

    • Gina C.

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      Gina C. said, "...life ended, I found it to be very affecting and not a happy-go-lucky experience. Very much worth your time, though. The Anne Frank House is of course also very moving and should be seen. The trouble for me is that, at least during..." See More

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...also both very close to each other. I didn't get tickets ahead of time for either. I didn't get to the Anne Frank House, but my daughter went and loved it and friends have raved about it. That might be another one..." See More

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...other art. And if you want to see Van Gogh, they also have some Van Gogh paintings in the Rijksmuseum. The Anne Frank House is also really impressive, but there are indeed huge lines!..." See More

    • Robert S.

      Robert S. said, "...place to go. Like everybody else says also the Van Gogh Museum is great. For me I did not enjoy the Anne Frank House but that is mostly because you are kind of being pushed through the small house. It is too crowded..." See More

    • Tim W.

      Tim W. said, "...In addition to Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam and Anne Frank House- I would say Museum Hermitage Amsterdam you can see art you would otherwise have to go to St. Petersburg to see, as well as the newly renovated Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam..." See More

    • Spencer S.

      Spencer S. said, "...cool, but of all the museums I went to in Amsterdam, it wasn't my favorite. My favorite historical museum was the Anne Frank House, largely in part because I was obsessed with World War II history as a young lad, and her..." See More

    • Janelle K.

      Janelle K. said, "... Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam are the obvious choices for good reason. The Anne Frank house is very small and can be a bit stressful if you're claustrophobic, but if you get there right when it opens or you go at..." See More

  • 6 mentions in What are the best museums to visit with 2 days in Amsterdam?

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...is the World Press Photo exhibition in the de nieuwe kerk (the new church). I go to this exhibition every year! Anne Frank House is kind of a must, but there are always long queues! So do set your priorities if you just..." See More

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...see the progession of his style. Both museums can be done in a day if you'd like. The third is the Anne Frank House. It's not an art museum, but is an important and very well done museum that tells Anne's story...." See More

    • Jacey & Scott M.

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      Jacey & Scott M. said, "...second (and third) the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, especially since it is newely reopened after being closed for around 10 years to update/remodel/restore. Anne Frank House is also a must do, it is just such a sobering experience...." See More

    • Jim G.

      Jim G. said, "... Anne Frank House but get there early in the morning so you don't have to wait in a two hour line. Also need to hit up the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. Hope this helps!..." See More

    • Tim W.

      Tim W. said, "...of my preference - everyone will have their own): 1) Rijksmuseum Amsterdam 2) Van Gogh Museum 3) Museum Hermitage Amsterdam 4) Anne Frank House To be honest with only two days, you don't want to spend the whole time in museums. I honestly..." See More

    • Robert S.

      Robert S. said, "...think i need to say what you will find here, do i ;)? A lot of people speak highly of the Anne Frank House. But be aware it will be very busy during the day and because it is a very small..." See More

  • 5 mentions in Sight-seeing in Amsterdam?

    • Lo M.

      Lo M. said, "...on which two days of the week you are travelling: weekends are obviously worse in terms of queues. I would avoid Anne Frank House this time ... the queue is just unbearable. With only two days, just stroll around Amsterdam and pick just..." See More

    • Jo D.

      Jo D. said, "...- although buying a ticket in advance for this didn't seem to make much difference with queuing! I'll definitely check out Anne Frank House and Van Gogh Museum on my next visit. Thanks again..." See More

    • Bente J.

      Bente J. said, "...I agree with most resonses here. The Van Gogh Museum is one of my favorites, it is really quite marvelous. The Anne Frank House is in my opinion something you should visit at some point but maybe with only two days in the..." See More

    • Jon L.

      Jon L. said, "...You should be able to bypass the line for the Anne Frank House by purchasing your ticket online. In general, go early but remember that the entire city is sort of like a museum. You don't need to go to all the museums..." See More

    • Wessel K.

      Wessel K. said, "...Joining the queue at the Anne Frank House is worth the wait. Opposite from the Anne Frank house you can take hop on hop off canal boat to do some sighseeing...." See More

  • 4 mentions in On my own for a day or two in Amsterdam...

    • Paul S.

      Paul S. said, "...and see many of the historical areas. The Rijksmuseum Amsterdam is essential if you are into art in any way. The Anne Frank House is a poignant reminder of the past. In March, the tulip fields will be in full bloom. If you're..." See More

    • Eline v.

      Eline v. said, "...I would recommend the Anne Frank House, it is one of our most interesting museums. Take a look at www.iamsterdam.com (you can set the language to english if you'd like) Go to De Dam and feed the birds, walk to the Singel..." See More

    • Wanda d.

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      Wanda d. said, "...Linda, great that your going to Amsterdam! There are lots of things to see there! A must-do is I think the Anne Frank House, but there's always a very long queue. I advice you to buy tickets in advance through the internet..." See More

    • Jacqui T.

      Jacqui T. said, "...and dutch foods. Try Indrapura on Rembrandtplein. - One or more of the 50+ museums! Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum and Anne Frank House are a few of the top ones. - For an authentic beer tasting experience, catch the 22 bus from..." See More

  • 3 mentions in What to do in Amsterdram for two days?

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...see some fine Dutch art (Rembrandt, Vermeer, van Gogh etc.). You can spend a whole day here. I would also recommend Anne Frank House but buy tickets in advance, otherwise you spend at least one hour in line. Walk around de Jordaanarea, which..." See More

    • Lauren F.

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      Lauren F. said, "...to make a reservation for Gartine. (eggs from Singel below) If you haven't been before you have to go to the Anne Frank House, such a moving place to see, just make sure to reserve your tickets online ahead of time. The..." See More

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...and pesto cheese. If you want to do something touristy, go see the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, and the Anne Frank House. If you want to truly be a local, rent a bike, but DO keep close attention to bike..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Must-go-to restaurants & things to do over one weekend?!

    • Charlotte K.

      Charlotte K. said, "...First of all you could visit the great musea: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Anne Frank House. Nice restaurants will be REM Eiland, Ku Kitchen & Bar and Lion Noir. And hire a little boat to take a..." See More

    • Tanya K.

      Tanya K. said, "...very touristic area's. Everything there is crappy and well overprized. Off course you'll have to see the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, visit the Anne Frank House and during your stay: Rent a bike, it's the easiest way to go from A to B and it's..." See More

    • Kristin T.

      Kristin T. said, "...around the city like the locals do. It's a great way to get a feel. Also, make sure to check out Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam...." See More

  • 3 mentions in Must-see things and restaurants in Amsterdam?

    • Pamela R.

      Pamela R. said, "...Three days is plenty of time in Amsterdam. You will be able to ride a bike, see the Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House and Wynand Fockink or House of Bols, the Cocktail & Genever Experience for the gin experience. You should check..." See More

    • Vince A.

      Vince A. said, "...who are dangerous and reckless and won't stop for anyone. A boat tour of the canals is a must. Forget the Anne Frank House and the long lines. Dress warm; it was and will be COLDDDDDD!!!!!! Enjoy......." See More

    • Sean K.

      Sean K. said, "...was by the Van Gogh Museum. I'd never seen his work before (other than photos). Now, I'll never forget it. The Anne Frank House is quite moving, too. However, the line can be long, unless you reserved entry on line. All that being..." See More

  • 3 mentions in What is the first thing I should do when I get into Amsterdam?

    • Denise D.

      Denise D. said, "...do in Amsterdam. Overall, I feel it's a very walkable city- check out the red and green light districts, visit the Anne Frank House, walk the neighborhoods & definitely visit the Bloemenmarkt...." See More

    • Juli L.

      Juli L. said, "...a canal boat tour. You can get on and off around the city, so it becomes your transportation. Don’t miss the Anne Frank House or the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam...." See More

    • Badal P.

      Badal P. said, "...Visit Anne Frank House, reach there on foot (you get to walk through the city)...." See More

  • 2 mentions in What are the 5 things I can't miss in Amsterdam?

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...and see in Amsterdam, but be sure to not only do the tourist stuff! Sure it is good to see the Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum and Red Light District, but also just rent a bike, leave your map in your..." See More

    • Virginia C.

      Virginia C. said, "...Visit Anne Frank House and the next-door Westerkerk (West Church) where you should climb the tower; take the ferry to Amsterdam Noord, and visit the Filmmuseum (Eye Cinema/Museum) and its café with views on the IJ. The Westerpark and its converted buildings are..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Must Sees in Amsterdam?

    • Sabine v.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Sabine v. said, "...and see in Amsterdam, but be sure to not only do the tourist stuff! Sure it is good to see the Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum and red light district, but also just rent a bike, leave your map in your..." See More

    • Jeff K.

      Jeff K. said, "...they're super friendly. Also, the public transportation is pretty easy to use if you want to save money. My recommendations are Anne Frank House and the Van Gogh Museum which are near by each other. The Rijksmuseum Amsterdam (which has a lot of..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best itinerary to visit Europe - 15 days

    • Renate F.

      Renate F. said, "...Brussels and catch the Thalys to Amsterdam. The priorities in Amsterdam would be the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, the Van Gogh Museum, and Anne Frank House. (There are long lines at all of these so just be prepared.) Eat herring from a street vendor...." See More

    • stephanie w.

      stephanie w. said, "...not going to party or enjoy the legal activities that are offered or want a specific museum experience like the rijks, Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum, etc Amsterdam can be skipped. In Paris you have The Louvre and we loved the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in First time in Amsterdam. Please help with my two day itinerary.

    • Martina M.

      Martina M. said, "...easily spend a day here so i would choose one. Either VGM or Rijks. Lunch: Maybe at Head over to the Anne Frank House: rent bikes first day, super sweet to get around that way. Else just take the tram. Always a..." See More

    • Wessel K.

      Wessel K. said, "...for they are very touristic. You can spend some time on the Albert Cuypmarkt and surrounding district (called De Pijp). The Anne Frank House is worth the visit, but prepare for a serious queue. Try to be there as early as possible. After..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Amsterdam or Brussels/Brugge?

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...Visit Amsterdam for sure! It has everything you are looking for. Great museums Anne Frank House, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Jewish Historical Museum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and lots more. I think the Rijksmuseum is a MUST see if you are just..." See More

    • Karla M.

      Karla M. said, "...city from another perspective. Go to the Van Gogh Museum (behind the museum is the i AmSterdam sign), go to the Anne Frank House, Red Light District for sure, go to the famous The Bulldog Coffeeshop Leidseplein, the area of Jordaan is..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Are 4 days enough to visit Amsterdam?

    • Rok C.

      Rok C. said, "...it depends what you want to do. If you only want to hit the touristic places ( Anne Frank House, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum,...) you can do that in 4 days. the best would be to just buy a 2 or..." See More

    • Micha v.

      Micha v. said, "...depends on what you want to do. For sight seeing 4 days is definitely enough.. Try visiting Rijksmuseum Amsterdam and the Anne Frank House. If possible I would suggest you to do some sight seeing by bike! :-)..." See More

  • 1 mention in Any don't miss activities/sites in Amsterdam?

    • Jen S.

      Jen S. said, "...Hi Jennifer! I agree with Jeremy and would add Anne Frank House. It's a very moving museum focused on Anne Frank and her family during their time in hiding. It is very popular so with limited time I would recommend booking a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Taking a child abroad to Amsterdam

    • Ted J.

      Ted J. said, "...experience some of the surrounding areas. Beyond all the normal activities and attractions you likely already have on your itinerary - Anne Frank House, Canal Tour Amsterdam Cruise, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum, and shopping the Nine Little Streets, there is plenty..." See More

  • 1 mention in First time in Europe and going on a road trip

    • Janelle K.

      Janelle K. said, "...museums of Amsterdam are just as popular with locals as tourists, so I'd recommend the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum, and Anne Frank House (go at night when it's less crowded). Haven't been to Prague, and haven't been to Berlin since I was..." See More

  • 1 mention in What's the steepest place you've ever been?

    • Greg G.

      Greg G. said, "...The stairs in the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. About three degrees short of a ladder...." See More

  • 1 mention in Bike paths or good bike routes for an inexperienced biker to take

    • David S.

      David S. said, "...the center walking: Dam Square Amsterdam Centraal Red Light District Rembrandtplein, but some times you can miss it, specially going around Anne Frank House My recomendation is to use the bike always you can, if you feel so stressed in some parts in..." See More

  • 1 mention in Wheelchair accessible attractions?

    • Bente J.

      Bente J. said, "...I'd say most attractions themselves are accessible for wheelchairs. Anne Frank House is unfortunately an exception. The Van Gogh Museum is one of my favorite museums in Amsterdam and is completely wheelchair accessible. And of course the recently renovated Rijksmuseum Amsterdam is a..." See More

  • 1 mention in what do do during a few hours layover at AMS?

    • An D.

      An D. said, "...charge approx. 15 euro's each, with the Rijks and the Van Gogh online pre booking is advised. Same goes for the Anne Frank House, which is in Central Amsterdam. Hope you have a great time!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Hotel & attractions for family with 11 year old kid

    • Katie H.

      Katie H. said, "...(So admittedly some years ago, but lots of the big attractions have stayed the same.) I would definitely suggest going to Anne Frank House. It's harrowing, but it's incredibly moving, and really brings the history home. It's also really interesting to visit..." See More

  • 1 mention in 12 hours layover in Amsterdam- what to do?

    • Sally S.

      Sally S. said, "... Anne Frank House Heineken Experience Canal House..." See More

  • 1 mention in What neighborhood in Amsterdam do you suggest staying in?

    • Bre R.

      Bre R. said, "...I stayed in Hotel Pulitzer, Amsterdam which was near many things we enjoyed. We were near the Anne Frank House and the Red Light District. The hotel was fantastic as well, our balcony was right on the water of a canal...." See More

  • 1 mention in Where should we do a food tour with history?

    • Ragan S.

      Ragan S. said, "...have traveled all over and this is the highest we have seen prices for a room! There is history here, the Anne Frank House is probably the most known..your best friend would probably be a Rick S travel book..or any good reference book...." See More

  • 1 mention in Help with an itinerary for 20 days in Europe

    • Edward S.

      Edward S. said, "...in minds that cues are generally long (with a LONG waiting time) and the venues are crowded. When I visited the Anne Frank House it was so crowded that I couldn't really experience it at all.Jeanneke-Pis - the less famous statue of Brussels...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best places to explore in London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Switzerland?

    • Lorraine M.

      Lorraine M. said, "...narrow buildings and warehouses. Van Gogh Museum. The Vondelpark is fun-always things happening-take a picnic or eat in the cafes there. Anne Frank House. Go to the Leidseplein for good restaurants and night life. Albert Cuypmarkt in De Pijp fun to browse..." See More

  • 1 mention in Museum quarter restaurants

    • Caiê A.

      Caiê A. said, "...stop for renovation), Van Gogh Museum is also amazing an it's located very near to the Rijksmuseum. I didn't go to Anne Frank House, but it probably worth the visit… it's also in the Amsterdam Centrum , actually anything is too far..." See More

  • 1 mention in Any helpful tips and suggestions about Amsterdam?

    • Danny N.

      Danny N. said, "...Amsterdam is a fun city. The museums are great, there's Anne Frank House, you must eat cheese!!, take a canal tour, visit a local coffee shop...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best itinerary to visit Europe for 23 days in October?

    • Erik P.

      Erik P. said, "...sure to allow yourself enough time depending on what you want to see. Also, if you are planning on sites like Anne Frank House, buy your tickets online prior to arrival and save yourself the 1.5 hour queue. I would suggest flying..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best free things to do in Amsterdam?

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...on a tight budget, either pick the one or two important ones (I also love the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House is very special), OR, if you can afford it, try one of the following passes. They are each slightly..." See More

  • 1 mention in Two days in Amsterdam!

    • Shauna H.

      Shauna H. said, "...section of Amsterdam has a whole lotta red lights. Great place for uh, costume ideas! On a totally different note, the Anne Frank House was one of the most hauntingly important visits I ever made. Such a well designed museum whose mission is..." See More

  • 1 mention in 4 days in Amsterdam for 1st time - Tell me about must-see places, please!

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...ample time to relax, walk, and really soak up the atmosphere in Amsterdam. For a bit of history, do see the Anne Frank House. The lines can be long, but it's worth the stop and it's in a beautiful area of town...." See More

  • 1 mention in What is your favorite restaurant in Amsterdam?

    • Becky C.

      Becky C. said, "...The Pancake Bakery on Prinsengraat down from the Anne Frank House. I eat here every time I'm in The Dam. My favorite is the ham pancake. They are HUGE and cheap. Good atmosphere, excellent waitstaff, delicious food, easy to get to and..." See More

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