The Anne Frank House and Museum is located in the center of Amsterdam Prinsengracht 263-267.
Visit the Anne Frank House by Public Transport
From the Central Station is about 20 minutes walk to the museum. The trams 13, 14 and 17 and buses 170, 172 and 174 stop nearby, at the stop ‘Westermarkt’.
You can contact the Anne Frank house at number 020-5567105.
Visit the Anne Frank House by car
Nearest car parks: IJDock and Q-Park. From here it is a short walk to the entrance of the Anne Frank House/Anne Frank museum.
If you have any more questions, please call 020-5567105.
All the conditions that apply to your visit to the Anne Frank Museum have been filed with the Amsterdam Chamber of Commerce under number 33,129,466.
There are resellers of Anne Frank House tickets active on the Internet. They purchase your access cards and try to sell these to youthis with much profit, often for double the price. This is forbidden. Do not do business with these organizations. Access may be denied.
When you visit with a group please stay together as a group when you waint in the row (if any). Children under the age of 10 are only allowed to visit the Anne Frank museum for free, but only when accompanied by an adult. The Anne Frank house can request visitors up to 17 years for identification. In addition we ask you to visit our General Information page and we hope to welcome you at the Anne Frank House soon.
Anne Frank house Address:
- Anne Frank Museum House
- Prinsengracht 263-267
- 1016 GV Amsterdam
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