Anne Frank's House (Anne Frank Huis)

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In this house Anne Frank and her family, German Jews who had fled to Holland, lived in hiding from the summer of 1942 to August 1944, when they were denounced and transported to the extermination camps. The museum organises exhibitions about the life of the young girl, war and anti-Semitism. In her famous Diary, as well as her adolescent preoccupations, Anne Frank evokes the fear and bewilderment of a family being hunted down. A visit to this moving place makes indifference impossible.

Useful information

Address : 

Prinsengracht 267, 1016 GV Amsterdam

Price:

9 € (-17 years old 4.50 €)

Opening hours

Nov-Mar: 9am-7pm (Sat 9pm); Apr-Oct: 9am-9pm (Sat and Jul-Aug daily 10pm)

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