"It's hard not to cry..." Anne Frank House Tip by HotRodEtte

Anne Frank House, Amsterdam: 243 reviews and 259 photos

I read the story of Anne Frank when I was in 7th grade and at that time, non-fictional stories never peaked my interest, until I grew up and realized what exactly this story was about. Being in her house made me think of everything she must have been through. There were original pieces of her diary, photos of her family and firends and plenty other artifacts from this tragic time. Videos played in some of the rooms where her father and neighbors were being interviewed. It was very emotional being in this house and strongly recommended that you visit. I believe we paid 6 euros to get in. There is a gift shop at the end of the path, which sells the Diary of Anne Frank in many different languages, along with various other merchandise

Address: Prinsengracht 267
Directions: Canal Belt, Near the Westerkerk church
Phone: +31-20-5567100
Website: http://www.annefrank.nl

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written May 24, 2005
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