Anne Frank House in Amsterdam

Anne Frank House

The Anne Frank Trust UK is the partner organisation of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, one of Europe’s most visited museums.

Over a million visitors go to 263 Prisengracht in Amsterdam each year to see with the Secret Annexe where eight people spent more than two years hiding from an ideology that threatened their very existence. They were helped by five people who found it perfectly natural to take on such a dangerous responsibility.

About the Anne Frank House

The Anne Frank House was the hiding place of the Frank family from June 1942 to August 1944. It is now a museum visited by millions of people from around the world. Visiting the secret annexe, you can see the rooms described so vividly by Anne in her diary, together with a range of exhibitions about Anne’s life and legacy.

Visit the Anne Frank House website.

Buy tickets online

Buy tickets online and select your own date and time.

Group Visits

There are several educational programmes for school groups. Adults can choose from an introductory programme or a custom-made programme.

How to find the Anne Frank House

Museum visitors address

Anne Frank House
Prinsengracht 267

From Central Station

Tram 13 or 17 to Westermarkt

Bus 21, 170, 171 or 172 to Westermarkt

By car

Take exit Centrum (S105) from the Ring road (A10)




The Anne Frank Trust cannot answer queries on visits to the museum.

Please contact the Anne Frank
House directly