Anne Frank House situated on the Prinsengracht canal in central Amsterdam is a house that was the residence of a wartime Jewish diarist and writer Anne Frank. The house was turned into a museum in 1960. The museum shows the life and the hardships of Anne Frank who hid in a secret annexe at the property during the Second World War, in which she did not survive but her story and diaries enlightened others to the discrimination she suffered for being Jewish at the time. The museum is one of Amsterdam’s most visited. The museum shows exhibitions of all forms of discrimination as well as the discrimination faced by Anne Frank, it also has the secret annexe open for visitors to see how and where Anne Frank lived during the times described in the diary entries.
The museum is accessible by trams and buses with them stopping at the local ‘Westermarkt’ stop.
Opening Times and Admission
Entry for adults is 9 Euros with a discount for concessions.