The museum café, which is at the end of the museum route, has beautiful views of the Prinsengracht and the Westertoren.
As well as delicious apple pie, the café also serves coffee, tea, lunch and a range of drinks and snacks.
The museum café is only accessible to visitors to the Anne Frank House. Please note that the food served in the café is not kosher.
Lunch arrangements for groups
Groups who book a programme can also reserve a lunch via our email@example.com
Menu (€ 8.50): 2 pistolets with filling, orange juice and water.
Your pay for your lunch online, and select for yourself how many lunches you want. When your reservation is complete you will receive an overview of the total charges, showing the charges for lunch separately.
Special dietary requirements
Please note that the food served in our museum café is not kosher. If you have any special dietary requirements, please state them in the Comments box on the reservations website. We will take account of your requirements if possible, and if this is not possible we will contact you.
In the museum café you can also see the exhibition “Thank you for your visit” by photographer Riekus Heller. Visitors to the Anne Frank House from various countries were photographed over a number of years in front of the original house.