Museu anne frank

museu anne frank

What is the Anne Frank House?

The Anne Frank House is a museum with a story. As a visitor, you experience this story through quotes, photos, videos, and original items. Read more about visiting the museum with a group or a school class.

What do we offer at the Museum of Anne Frank?

We offer a wide range of hot and cold drinks as well as various snacks and lunch dishes. The cafe can only be accessed through the museum. Payment is by bank or credit card only. Here, you can buy The Diary of Anne Frank, the museum catalogue, postcards, or one of our many other publications.

How old do you have to be to visit the Anne Frank?

The same applies to tickets for children (0-9 years old) and visitors with discount cards. If you cant make it to the Anne Frank House, you can book an Online Museum Tour. The Anne Frank House is located in the city centre of Amsterdam, at Prinsengracht 263-267.

How long does it take to learn about Anne Frank?

In 30 minutes, we take you through the history of Anne Frank in the context of the Second World War. The program is in English. If you do not have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House in person, you can book an Online Museum Tour.

Where did Anne Frank live before hiding?

Where did Anne Frank live before she went into hiding? Amsterdam From 1933 to 1942, before Anne Frank and her family had to go into hiding, she lived with her parents and sister at Merwedeplein square in Amsterdam. They lived a happy life, until the Netherlands was occupied by Nazi Germany.

Did Anne Frank live in an attic?

For more than two years, Anne Frank and her family hid away in a small attic located above her father’s business. They shared the little space they had with another family as well as a dentist, eight people living in close proximity to one another. There was little privacy in the attic. Anne shared a tiny bedroom with an older man who was a dentist.

Whose attic did Anne Frank stay in?

Anne Frank’s family went into hiding in an attic apartment behind Otto Frank’s business, located at Prinsengracht 263 in Amsterdam, on July 6, 1942. In an effort to avoid detection, the family ...

What House did Anne Frank hide?

The group hid in Prinsengracht 263, which was a main house and annex, which was a hiding place for Anne and the others. The main house was occupied by Otto Frank’s company. Otto’s employees (the helpers) kept the company running here. Two years had passed since the annex was discovered, and the people in hiding had lived there.

What is a visitor to the Anne Frank House?

‘Visitor’ is understood to mean anyone who has bought a ticket for the Anne Frank House and/or enters the Anne Frank House for the purpose of a museum visit. Article 1.4 These general Terms and Conditions shall apply to all visits to the Anne Frank House.

Can you buy Anne Frank House tickets online?

Tickets are only available online The Anne Frank House can only be visited with a ticket bought online for a specific time slot. 80% of tickets are released exactly two months in advance at 12:00 hours (Amsterdam time/CET), 20% on the day itself.

How far in advance should I book my Anne Frank House tour?

We recommend booking Anne Frank House tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund. See all 129 Anne Frank House tours on Tripadvisor

Do you have to wear a mask at the Anne Frank House?

Wearing a face mask is mandatory from the age of 13. The Anne Frank House can only be visited with a ticket bought online for a specific time slot. The same applies to tickets for children (0-9 years old) and visitors with discount cards. If you cant make it to the Anne Frank House, you can book an Online Museum Tour.

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