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The Anne Frank House is conveniently located in the city centre of Amsterdam, right next to the Prinsengracht; you can find the entrance to the museum on Westermarkt 20.
You can easily walk the 20-minute journey from Amsterdam Station, or take the number 13 or 17 tram to Westermarkt stop, where it's just a few minutes' walk to get to the house.
The Anne Frank House museum is one of the most popular places to visit in the whole of Amsterdam; it's the third most visited museum after the Van Gogh and Anne Frank House.
Morning slots tend to be the busiest when it comes to the Anne Frank House; remember that 80% of tickets are sold up to two months in advance so you might not be able to be too picky when it comes to your time slot.
Late afternoons tend to be slightly quieter, but only marginally. Winter months from November until March are typically quieter than high season, but you can still expect tickets to sell out incredibly quickly.
Only some parts of the Anne Frank House are accessible.
The house is in an old canal-side house where the stairs are very old and steep so it's not ideal for people who have trouble walking or get out of breath easily.
With regards to wheelchair accessibility, only the modern parts of the museum can be accessed. The modern part of the museum includes a special entrance for wheelchair uses and provides access to the temporary exhibitions, the café and the shop. You can 'wander' around the other parts of the museum using virtual reality glasses - just ask for assistance at the information centre when you arrive.
Visually impaired visitors can listen to the audio tour; unfortunately, guide dogs are not permitted inside the museum.
Hearing impaired visitors to the museum can obtain a written version of the audio tour upon arrival at the museum from the information centre.
While tickets for the Anne Frank House can sell out up to two months in advance, if you do manage to get your hands on them, you'll be pleased to know that they're incredibly affordable.
Age 10-17: €5
Age 0-9: free
European Youth Card/CJP: €5 (Proof of identity may be required)
Dutch Museum Pass: free
While in the Netherlands capital city, make use out of the Amsterdam Attractions Tickets or the Amsterdam Hop on Hop off bus tours to get around the city and explore everything it has to offer. There are also so many amazing free things to do in Amsterdam, as well as plenty of Amsterdam Day Trips to enjoy!
While it is a harrowing and incredibly sad experience, the Anne Frank House opens your eyes to the horrific experiences and endeavours that many people had to go through in order to stay safe during the war.