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All visitors need to purchase an online ticket with a time slot in advance. Tickets will be released two months in advance and on the day itself.

The demand for online tickets is often greater than the supply, especially during holiday periods and at weekends. We therefore advise you to plan your visit to the Anne Frank House and to purchase an online ticket on time. 


Visiting the Anne Frank House is only possible with a ticket purchased online. 

Buy tickets

Tickets are made available on the website two months in advance.

The tickets are only valid for the persons they are issued to, and for the date and time you have selected. Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded.

By buying tickets you agree to our visiting conditions.

Opening hours and prices

Opening hours:

1 April to 1 November:

Daily 9:00 to 22:00

1 November to 1 April:

Daily 9:00 to 19:00, 
Saturday 9:00 to 21:00

Exceptions 2018: 

  • 1 Jan: 12:00 to 22:00
  • 4 May: 9:00 to 19:00
  • June, July, August: 8:30 to 22:00
  • 18 Sep.: 9:00 to 19:00
  • 19 Sep.: closed on Yom Kippur
  • Nov. 3: 9:00 to 18:00
  • 25 and 31 Dec.: 9:00 to 17:00


Adults: € 10
Age 10-17: € 5
Age 0-9: free
Online ticket: € 0,50 surcharge

  • Dutch Museum Card: free entry, but you have to reserve a date and timeslot online.
  • European Youth Card: € 5 but you have to reserve a date and timeslot online.
  • I amsterdam Card and Student card or ISIC: no discount or free entry.

Introductory program

A 30-minute introduction for adults and youth (as from 10 years) on the life story of Anne Frank in the context of the Second World War and the Holocaust. So you will be well prepared for your museum visit.

Tickets for the introductory program are made available on the website two weeks in advance.

Tickets introductory program


Adults: € 15,50 
Age 10-17: € 11,-

Including a museum visit

Renewal Anne Frank House

The Anne Frank House is preparing itself for a new generation of visitors by carrying out a major renewal project.

We think it is important that the museum remains open for our

visitors, and we are doing all we can to make sure the work is done with as little (noise)inconvenience as possible and without affecting the experience of the museum.

Opening times may vary and it may be that some items from our collection are temporarily not on display or some areas are temporarily closed. We apologize for this.

Address and route

The Anne Frank House is situated at the Prinsengracht, the entrance of the museum is Westermarkt 20. It takes around 20 minutes to walk from the Central Station to the museum. 
Trams 13, 14 and 17 stop nearby, at the ‘Westermarkt’ stop.

Getting here & around
Public transport tickets


Have a look at our frequently asked questions...



People who have difficulty walking, may have trouble climbing the steep staircases. 


Anne Frank Huis. Museumbezoekers bekijken de introductiefilm. 
Anne Frank House. Museum visitors are watching the introduction film.

Visiting the museum with children Suggestions

Suggestions for a more pleasant visit


Museum café The museum café is at the end of the museum route

The museum café is at the end of the museum route.


Visiting conditions

During your visit to the museum, we request you to take into account the rules below...