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Anne Frank House

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"As expected, this museum is extremely well-done and respectful towards the victims of the Holocaust. An audio guide is included with the ticket price and gives a lot of context during your walk around the museum. Make sure to buy your ticket ahead of time as they sell out very quickly; they go on sale every Tuesday at 10am CEST for a visit six weeks later. When I bought my ticket, I was on the website refreshing at the exact time and was only able to just get one so make sure you are on at 10am. Price: €1 (0-9 yrs), €7 (10-17 yrs), €16 (adult) Various museum discount cards are accepted but a booking fee and advanced booking is still required."
"Located in the heart of Amsterdam, the Anne Frank House is one of the most important attraction in the city's history. Anne Frank and her family lived hidden here during the Nazi invasion in the Second World War. It is a visit capable of moving its visitors,not to be missed if you are in Amsterdam! 👣How to get there: reachable on foot from Dam Square (600m, 8min). Tram stop: Westermarkt, lines 13 and 17. 🎟️Ticket cost: full price 16£-reduced price 7£ and 1£ for under 9. The tickets can be purchased exclusively on the official website well in advance. "
"The entrance fee for the museum is €16 for adults. It's important to remember that the Anne Frank House can only be visited with a ticket bought online, specifying a designated time slot for your visit. On average, you would spend about an hour exploring the museum. Please be aware that photography is strictly prohibited inside the museum, a measure taken to preserve the original artifacts and items on display."

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