Anne Frank House Tickets

10 Best Anne Frank House & Museum Tours

Anne Frank House & Museum Tickets Price

Adult ticket €28.50
Senior ticket €28.50
Youth ticket €25.50
Children ticket €25.50
Infant ticket FREE

The below table includes a brief description of various handpicked Anne Frank House tickets & skip the line guided tours of the Anne Frank House. They're based on users reviews, cost, customer experience as well as all the best ways to see the famous Anne Frank House sight.

We've compared prices from a variety of skip the line Anne Frank House guided tours & tickets, websites and have handpicked the most affordable Anne Frank House tickets, but utterly enjoyable Anne Frank House tours & tickets below:

Walking tour about the fascinating story of Anne Frank

1. Walking tour about the fascinating story of Anne Frank

clock Duration: 2 hours
  • A chance to take a step back into the city's old Jewish Quarter with a knowledgeable local guide and get introduced to some of Amsterdam's cultural landmarks.
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Private tour: Anne Frank in Holland

2. Private tour: Anne Frank in Holland

clock Duration: 2 days
  • History Tours Netherlands presents our historical "Anne Frank in Holland" tours.

    Walk in the footsteps of Anne Frank and learn about the World War 2 stories, events and motives from a Jewish, Dutch and German perspective

    We will take you to the places Anne Frank lived, played and went to school before going into hiding, places that...
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Private walk: Anne Frank in Amsterdam

3. Private walk: Anne Frank in Amsterdam

clock Duration: 8 hours
  • We will walk in the footsteps of Anne Frank and learn about the World War 2 stories, events and motives from a Jewish, Dutch and German perspective.

    I will take you to the places Anne Frank lived, played and went to school before going into hiding, places that look today almost exactly like it was in her time.

    And by following her...
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Private tour: Follow Anne Frank to Camp Westerbork

4. Private tour: Follow Anne Frank to Camp Westerbork

clock Duration: 9 hours
  • Anne's famous diary ends a few days before she, and the others, were suddenly arrested and put on transport, ultimately to her death.

    In a one-day tour outside Amsterdam we will take you to Camp Westerbork, the transit camp from where Anne Frank, and more than a 100.000 Jewish people with her were sent to Auschwitz and other camps. Not many...
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Private 8 day memorial tour: Follow Anne Frank from Amsterdam to Auschwitz

5. Private 8 day memorial tour: Follow Anne Frank from Amsterdam to Auschwitz

clock Duration: 8 days
  • By tracing the footsteps of Anne Frank, from the time she lived in Amsterdam, the Secret Annex, and the tragic last months of her life to Westerbork, Auschwitz and Bergen Belsen we will not only learn about her short and important life, but also of thousands of other Jews, Dutch civilians and the German perpetrators. Going to these places and see...
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The History of Amsterdam: Anne Frank & Jewish Culture Private Tour

6. The History of Amsterdam: Anne Frank & Jewish Culture Private Tour

clock Duration: 3 hours
  • It’s the history that made the city today. During this private tour, it’s time to discover Amsterdam through Anne Frank & Jewish Culture Tour.
    Embark on a storytelling journey that will keep you entertained while at the same time giving you insights you can’t find in a history book.

    Delve deep into the subject with highlights and...
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Amsterdam Canal Cruise by Small Open Boat from Anne Frank House

7. Amsterdam Canal Cruise by Small Open Boat from Anne Frank House

clock Duration: 1 hour
  • Amsterdam is world famous for its historic 17th-century architecture and its iconic canals. Boat cruises are one of the most popular Amsterdam attractions, though most of these trips tend to stick to the larger waterways because the boats cannot navigate through the narrower ones. The Small Open Boat Cruise is a unique opportunity to travel...
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Amsterdam Jewish Quarter & Anne Frank Story Self-Guided Walking Tour

8. Amsterdam Jewish Quarter & Anne Frank Story Self-Guided Walking Tour

clock Duration: 2 hours
  • Our mobile app will help you explore the history of Jews in Amsterdam and Anne Frank's fascinating yet tragic story with a private audio tour (included).

    This 2-hour walking tour will lead you through the Jewish Quarter and the historical city center of Amsterdam.

    A walking tour with an in-app audio guide is for the one who wants to...
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Jewish Amsterdam and Story of Anne Frank Private Tour

9. Jewish Amsterdam and Story of Anne Frank Private Tour

clock Duration: 2 hours
  • Private tours customized for a more personalized and interactive experience.

    Explore Jewish culture and influence in Amsterdam

    Enjoy the privileges of an expert guide for two hours

    Learn about WWII and the story of Anne Frank

    Visit the National Holocaust Memorial and hear about the Dutch Resistance in the Second World...
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Jewish Amsterdam and the Story of Anne Frank

10. Jewish Amsterdam and the Story of Anne Frank

clock Duration: 2 hours
  • Small-group tour ( max 12) for a more personalized experience.

    Explore Jewish culture and influence in Amsterdam with an expert guide

    Learn about WWII and the story of Anne Frank on a more interactive tour

    Visit the National Holocaust Memorial

    Hear about the Dutch Resistance in the Second World...
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Anne Frank tour of the Jewish quarter in German

11. Anne Frank tour of the Jewish quarter in German

clock Duration: 2 hours
  • Experience a 2-hour walking tour through the Jewish Quarter of Amsterdam, accompanied by passages from Anne Frank's diary. Immerse yourself in the moving history of the Jews in Amsterdam on an informative tour with a German-speaking, passionate guide.

    Pass the Portuguese Synagogue and see Stolpersteine, the gate of the old plague cemetery...
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Private Tour: Anne Frank Walking Tour of Amsterdam

12. Private Tour: Anne Frank Walking Tour of Amsterdam

clock Duration: 2 hours
  • Trace the early life of Anne Frank before she went into hiding on a 2 hours walking tour of Amsterdam-Zuid. The neighborhood is home to Anne’s school, her family house and even the place where she bought the diary that would make her famous. See it all, and make the most of commentary tailored to your questions by an attentive private...
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City Canal Cruise with Bar on board and Departure to Anne Frank House

13. City Canal Cruise with Bar on board and Departure to Anne Frank House

clock Duration: 1 hour
  • Join our tour and see the magical canals with our luxury open boats. We will sail through the known and smaller canals of Amsterdam. Our skipper and hostess will tell you all about all the...
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Luxury Evening Tour with Bar & Live Guide - Departure Anne Frank House

14. Luxury Evening Tour with Bar & Live Guide - Departure Anne Frank House

clock Duration: 1 hour
  • During our 60-minute evening cruise, we will explore the beautiful canals in Amsterdam with you. We will pass some famous sights of the city and tell you about the culture and the Dutch trade history. When the night rises up to Amsterdam the bridges will be light up and that gives an amazing atmosphere. There is also enough space for questions or...
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FAQs about Anne Frank House

How to get to the Anne Frank House

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 best times to visit the Anne Frank 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.

Is the Anne Frank House accessible?

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.

Ticket prices for the Anne Frank House

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.

Adults: €10

Age 10-17: €5

Age 0-9: free

European Youth Card/CJP: €5 (Proof of identity may be required)

Dutch Museum Pass: free

15 Facts about the Anne Frank House

  1. The diary Anne Frank wrote in was a 13th birthday present
  2. The Frank family and other residents hiding in the Annex were arrested on the 4th August 1944
  3. The Anne Frank Museum opened to the public in 1960
  4. Her diary was nicknamed 'Kitty'
  5. Around 1 million people visit the Anne Frank House each year
  6. There are 100 members of staff who work at the museum
  7. Otto Frank (Anne Frank's dad and the only member of the family who escaped the war with their lives) played a huge part in the publication of the diary and the work behind the museum until his death
  8. The museum is a non-profit organisation and all profits go to charities and government grants to spread messages about the dangers of war, racism and antisemitism
  9. The house in which Anne Frank, her family and four other people hid in was called the Secret Annex
  10. It is the third most visited museum in the Netherlands
  11. The building was nearly knocked down in 1955 bit it was saved by campaigners and listed as a protected monument
  12. The building has been renovated several times in order to expand to accommodate more visitors to the site
  13. An Academy Award that Shelly Winters won for her role in the 1959 film 'The Diary of Anne Frank' sits in a bullet-proof case in the Anne Frank Museum
  14. The Anne Frank Zentrum in Berlin was opened after it made an agreement with the Anne Frank House in 1998
  15. There is a clip of Anne Frank on YouTube when she was captured on film by accident when she was looking out of a window of a wedding on the street below

Conclusion - Anne Frank House, Amsterdam

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.