Anne Frank House

Anne Frank House Museum

The Anne Frank House is an extremely popular museum in Amsterdam. The diary of Anne Frank was translated in about 80 languages, making it the most translated book of the Netherlands. Several movies have been made about the story and the museum, among others ‘The fault in our stars’. The story and the museum became well known all over the globe. That’s why so many people want to visit the museum during their stay in Amsterdam.

How to get tickets to the Anne Fank Museum

Since it is not allowed to buy tickets for third parties, Amsterdam VIP Tours cannot get tickets to the Anne Frank House for you. The demand exceeds the number of available tickets, so we advise you to buy your online tickets well ahead of time. Tickets for holidays and weekends sell out even faster.

Every Tuesday at 10 AM (CEST) the tickets become available for visits in 6 weeks. Sold out dates will be grey. The unreleased dates will also be grey.

Does the website state that the tickets have sold out? Unfortunately, no more tickets are available. However some tickets might be released on the day itself or the day before.

Best is to prepare early: get the tickets 6 weeks ahead of time on the official website. If you were not able to get tickets, you can always still check online a day ahead (mostly late afternoon) or in the morning (often about 9 AM), you might still be lucky to find some available tickets. Good luck!

Private Tour from or to Anne Frank House

We provide tailormade tours and cruises in the city. The tour can start or end at the Anne Frank House if you wish. We are more then happy to show you that part of town and the Jordan District!

The Anne Frank House is a self guided tour of about 45 minutes / 1 hour. Guiding inside the Anne Frank House museum is not allowed.  However with a guided tour the guide can join you in the Anne Frank House museum. Please get a (free) ‘museumcard’ ticket for the guide when you book the tickets!

Many people who visit the Anne Frank House are interested in the Jewish History of Amsterdam. Perhaps you will also be interested in our Jewish History Tour:

Amsterdam Jewish History Tour

Note: If you were able to get Anne Frank House tickets: they cannot be exchanged or refunded. The tickets are non-transferable and only valid on the specified date and time.Waiting in line for Anne Frank no longer an option

It is no longer possible to wait in line at the Anne Frank house! Only with a pre ordered tickets you will be able to access the museum.

Anne Frank House Line-up

Do a Virtual Tour of the Anne Frank House

If you are not able to obtain tickets, you can do a free virtual tour of the Anne Frank House online! This way you can still tour the house… Click here: Virtual Anne Frank House Tour.

Things you should know before you get Anne Frank Tickets!

Please bear in mind that the Anne Frank has very steep steps (like ladders) to clim. Also it often is extremely crowded inside. If you have problems with climbing steep stairs or claustrofobic, you might want to consider just taking a picture from the outside.

Also good to know: no pictures allowed inside and no large bags, backpacks or umbrella’s. You can store these downstairs!

Anne Frank Museum
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The Anne Frankhouse is open 7 days a week from 9 AM – 10 PM.

Exceptions to the regular opening hours:

1 January    12 AM – 10 PM
27 April         9 AM – 5 PM
4 May 9 AM – 5 PM
12,13,14 September closed
25 September (Yom Kippur) closed
25 December 9 AM – 5 PM
31 December 9 AM – 5 PM

Anne Frank Diary

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