Anne Frank
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Tours about Anne Frank

Born in Germany, Anne Frank lived most of her life in Amsterdam, where her family relocated when she was only four years old. Arriving in 1934, the Fr...

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Walk in the footsteps of Anne Frank. This 1.5-hour small group tour takes you to the area where Anne Frank spent her childhood from the mome...

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1 hour, 30 minutes
Available in: English
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The story of Anne Frank is known around the world because of her diary describing the period that she, her family, and 4 others spent in a s...

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2 hours
Available in: English
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During this walking tour you’ll be taken back the places that were important to Anne Frank in her childhood. See where she went to school an...

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1 hour, 30 minutes
Available in: English
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On this interactive discovery experience across Amsterdam's Jordaan, you will solve riddles via a web app in your phone’s browser. After you...

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3 hours
Available in: English
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Discover the hipster area of Amsterdam for 2.5-hours with a private licensed tour guide.The neighborhood of Jordan was initially created to ...

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2 hours, 30 minutes
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The inside story

Born in Germany, Anne Frank lived most of her life in Amsterdam, where her family relocated when she was only four years old. Arriving in 1934, the Frank family lived in a house in Merwedeplein square until they went into hiding in 1942.

Explore the life of Anne Frank on a tour in Amsterdam. One of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust whose well-known story was discovered posthumously with the publication of her diary, documenting her life in hiding from 1942 to 1944, during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II.

The secret annex is located at the rear of a 17th-century canal house, now converted into a museum, where Anne and her family lived for over two years during World War II. Nearby you will find a statue created in her honor, outside the Westerkerk in Amsterdam.

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Anne Frank Westermarkt 74, 1016 DL Amsterdam, Netherlands Amsterdam
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