Amsterdam Museums – Anne Frank House

Anne Frank House

The Anne Frank House, located on the Prinsengracht canal in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, is a museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank, who hid from Nazi persecution with her family and four other people in hidden rooms at the rear of the building. As well as the preservation of the hiding place known in Dutch as the Achterhuis and an exhibition on the life and times of Anne Frank, the museum acts as an exhibition space to highlight all forms of persecution and discrimination.

It opened on 3 May 1960 with the aid of public subscription, three years after a foundation was established to protect the property from developers who wanted to demolish the block.The house and the one next door at number 265, which was later purchased by the museum was built by Dirk van Delft in 1635.

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Prices

Not all tickets are available online, so please check the information below carefully to see which ticket is right for you.

Ticket types (prices include a reservation fee of € 0.50)
Adults € 9.50
Young people, 10-17 years € 5.00
Children up to 10 years € 0.50

The following tickets are only on sale at the ticket desk:
Euro < 26 – Card and Amsterdam ‘Stadspas’ (don’t forget your card!) € 4.50
I amsterdam card is not valid.
No student discount.

Note: Entry tickets are non-transferable and non-returnable. The tickets are only valid for the date and time period you have selected. Expired tickets cannot be used for another date or time period.

Children up to 10 years must be accompanied by an adult. Holders of youth discount cards may be asked for proof of identity on entry.

After you have selected your date, time and number of tickets, you can pay with a valid credit card. We accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express. No other method of payment is accepted.

After payment you can print out your tickets yourself. We will also send you a confirmation email. This means that you can also print the tickets at another time or place, so if you lose your tickets you can print them out again.

Note: Each visitor must be in possession of a valid ticket showing a unique barcode, which will be scanned. We therefore ask you to print your tickets as clearly as possible, and to keep them carefully. You can print the tickets in black and white or colour.

Or you show the ticket with barcode at the entrance on your smartphone or tabletcomputer.

You can use the separate entrance to the left of the main entrance. All visitors must have their own ticket, so please check that you have printed all your tickets. All tickets will be scanned by our museum staff.

By buying my ticket(s) for the Anne Frank House, I hereby accept the visitor conditions.

If you cannot find what you are looking for or want to ask another question, click here (select Museum).

Buy tickets from the Anne Frank House Website

Directions

By Tube

The Closest metro station is the Central station.

By Tram

Line 13, 14 or 17 to the
Westermarkt stop.

On Foot

20-minute walk from Centraal Station.
Find Directions

Facilities

Accessibility

People who have difficulty walking, may have trouble climbing the steep staircases that are characteristic of the old Amsterdam canal-side houses.

Frequently asked questions

Unfortunately, the old part of the Anne Frank House, which includes the Secret Annex, is not accessible to wheelchair users.
The new building with the current exhibition, the museum café and the museum store is accessible to wheelchair users. You enter this part of the museum, which has an elevator and a specially adjusted restroom, through a special entrance.

The employees of the museum will help you.

Not Allowed:

Photographs or video recordings of any kind, large bags or hand luggage (no check room for these items), child strollers or buggies (can be left in a hallway), mobile phones, guide dogs.

Opening Hours

Opening Hours 2014
November 1 through March 31
Daily from 9:00 am – 7:00 pm (Saturdays from 9:00 am – 9:00 pm).

April 1 through October 31
Daily from 9:00 am – 9:00 pm, (Saturdays from 9:00 am – 10:00 pm).
In July and August the museum is daily open till 10:00 pm.

Last Admittance

Thirty minutes prior to closing.

January 1: 12 noon – 7:00 pm
January 2 to January 5: 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
May 4: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Closed on Yom Kippur. In 2014, on October 4th
November 1: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm (Amsterdam Museum Night)
December 25: 12 noon – 5:00 pm
December 31: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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