The Anne Frank house ispositioned on Prinsengracht that shares a historic background.This was the place where Anne Frank lived in a hiding with her family members during the period of World War II. Today it is known as an energetic public place. One can relish the historical documents, photographs, film images and original objects which ornament the events that took place at that time.The rooms at the Anne Frank house display the atmosphere of the interval spend in hiding. The visitors can go through the “virtual journey” to feel the pain she faced during that dark era. Nowadays the house serves a mobile house mainly due to a mobile app through which one can take a view onto the streets, learn about Anne’s childhood and her friends and family as well as about wartime Amsterdam.
See also : Tour towards the 15th century building of De Waag
How to Reach:
By walk: A walk around 20 minutes from Central Station.
By Tram: Take Trams 13, 14 and 17 to the Anne Frank House.
By Bus: Bus numbers 170, 172 and 174 which stops at the ‘Westermarkt’ stop.
Children: For 10-17 years old it is €4.50 and the entrance is free for children’s of 0-9 years.
November 1 to March 31: 9 am to 7 pm except Saturdays.
April 1 to October 31: 9 am to 9 pm except Saturdays.
July 1 to August 30: Remains open from 9 am to 10 pm.
Address: Prisengracht 267, 1016 GV Amsterdam.
Contact Details: +31 (0)20-5567100"