Anne Frank House, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Prinsengracht 267, Amsterdam, Netherlands 1016| Map |
The Anne Frank House, famous for being the hiding place of Anne Frank and her family during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam, has been immortalized in numerous plays and books based on the young girl's much-read diary. While the building was originally constructed in 1635, it has only been open to the public as a history museum since 1960. It is located near the Prinsengract Canal, and is a sobering reminder of the atrocities committed during the Second World War. This locale is an ideal way to pay respects and teach children about this very important time in history.
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- Tweens (9-12)
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Tips for Families
To avoid long lines, purchase tickets online, or arrive before 9 am or after 6 pm.
Address: Prinsengracht 267, Amsterdam, Netherlands 1016| Map
Phone: 20 5567105
Hours: Closing times vary throughout the year on Saturdays and some Holidays. Check schedule. More Info
Price: Adults:$11.20 (EURO 9); Children(10-17) $5.60 (EURO 4.5); Children(0-9) Free More Info