Anne Frank Walking Tour
- Learn about life in Amsterdam during the occupation and how Anne Frank became a world icon
- Hear the story about her diary and how it came to be published by her father Otto Frank
- Visit monuments and buildings from the era that are still marked with war reminders
- Learn about events such as the February Strike and Winter of Hunger
- Visit the Jewish neighbourhood, with its Portuguese synagogue and museum
- Ideal for fans of European history, especially from the era of WWII
Anne Frank is one of the most discussed and remembered person from the time of WWII and this tour shows you Amsterdam during the second world war through the eyes of Anne Frank. The tour goes from the Jewish Quarter to Anne Frank’s House, for the complete storyline of these dark days.
Stroll past monuments and buildings still scarred by traces of war. Visit the Jewish neighborhood, the Hollandsche schouwburg and the head office of the Jewish counsel. Discover locations the Dutch resistance offered as secret hiding places to families like the Franks.
Admission into Anne Frank's House. However, tickets to the house can be purchased at the venue
- This tour is available in English
- Please arrive 15 minutes before the activity starts
Comfortable shoes are recommended
Super Flexible Cancellation Policy
You may cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.
- Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly.
- Please display the same on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID to your tour guide.
- If you have purchased reduced price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification.
- Kindly ensure that you arrive 20 minutes before the start time of your tour to avoid any delays.
-The meeting point for this tour is in front of the Jewish Historical Museum (Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1).
- Your tour guide will be waiting at this location. They will be carrying an orange umbrella and can be spotted easily.
Take buses 22 or 347. Get off at bus station Waterlooplein. The entrance to the museum is a 2-minute walk from here.
Take tram #14 and get off at the tram station Waterlooplein (which is at the Waterlooplein Bus station). The entrance is a 2-minute walk from here.
Take Metro 51, 53, or 54 and get off at the Waterlooplein Metro Station. The entrance is a 3-minute walk from here.