Have you heard about Anne Frank? Do you wish to visit Anne Frank house once in your life? Anne Frank house at Prinsengracht 263 is a popular museum in Amsterdam where she lived for more than two years during the Second World War. Anne Frank House was opened on 3rd May 1960. It is one of the most crowded museums in Amsterdam. The Diary of Anne Frank and other notebooks are kept on the display of the museum. Anne Frank’s diary is the most translated book of the Netherlands. It has been translated to over 80 languages.
Tickets to the Anne Frank House
No tickets are provided at the Museum entrance. Entrance to Anne Frank house is possible only with a pre-purchased online ticket or time slot. Since the number of available tickets is much less than the demand, buy tickets online before they are sold out completely. Tickets on weekends and holidays are on high demand. So get tickets as early as possible. Because of high demand, 80% of tickets for the day are released two months in advance, only 20% of the tickets will remain until the day. Also, note that tickets are non-refundable and non – transferable.
On the Way to Anne Frank House
Anne Frank House opens all days in a week. With your pre-ordered tickets, you can enter the museum during the museum opening hours.
- Opening Hours
From November 1 to March 31 – 9 am to 7 pm (up to 9 pm on Saturdays)
From April 1 to October 31 – 9 am to 10 pm
You can also book an introductory program with your ticket before entering the museum.
Virtual Tour of the Anne Frank House
If you were unable to get tickets before time, you can go for a free virtual tour of the Anne Frank House. The virtual tour allows people to experience the Anne Frank House for 25 minutes covering all rooms of the house.
Before Entering into Anne Frank House
Before entering into Anne Frank House, Please note down the following points,
- Since steps to Anne Frank House are steeper, you need to be careful.
- Photography is strictly prohibited inside the house.
- No large bags, backpacks or umbrellas are permitted inside the house.
- People having physical disabilities cannot easily access the museum.
Duration of Visit
Rooms of the Anne Frank house still represent the atmosphere of the period during World War II. A visit to the museum, excluding museum cafe and museum bookstore may take 60 to 80 minutes.