From 9 AM to 3:30 PM the museum is only open to visitors with an online ticket for a specific timeslot. Tickets are made available on the website exactly two months in advance. From 3:30 PM until closing time you can buy a ticket at the museum entrance. The Anne Frank House is open every day apart from Yom Kippur.
Opening hours & prices
The Anne Frank House is open every day apart from Yom Kippur. From April to October the museum is open daily from 9 AM to 10 PM, while from November to March it is open daily from 9 AM to 7 PM (9 PM on Saturdays).
For telephone enquiries call +31 (0) 20 5567105.
Have a look at our frequently asked questions...
During the visit to the Anne Frank House, the visitor conditions apply. These conditions have been registered with the Chamber of Commerce of Amsterdam under no. 33129466.
Read our visiting conditions (pdf)
Resellers of our entrance tickets are active on the internet. They buy up our entrance tickets online, and attempt to sell them at a large profit, often for double the price. This is not permitted. Do not buy tickets from these organisations; you may be refused entry.
The demand for online tickets is often greater than the supply (especially during holiday periods and at weekends). We advise you to check the availability of online tickets with a timeslot two months before your planned visit to the Anne Frank House. If online tickets are sold out, you can buy a ticket at the museum entrance from 3:30 PM until closing time.
If our website shows that online tickets are sold out, you unfortunately cannot buy any more online tickets.
You can show your entry ticket with barcode on your smartphone or tablet at the museum entrance, where it will be scanned. Of course you can also print out your ticket. Entry tickets are non-transferable and non-returnable. The tickets are only valid for the persons they are issued to, and for the date and time you have selected. By buying (online) tickets you agree to our visiting conditions.
Buy online tickets
A 30-minute introduction to the life story of Anne Frank before your museum visit. The introductory programme is intended for young people and adults visiting the Anne Frank House. You will be given information on the life story of Anne Frank in the context of the Second World War and the Holocaust, an explanation of the museum and a brief summary of the activities of the Anne Frank House, so you will be well prepared for your museum visit. Tickets for the introductory programme are made available on the website two weeks in advance.
Buy online tickets for a 30 minute program + museum visit
Tickets at the museum entrance
If you are unable to buy an online ticket, or you do not wish to commit yourself to visiting the Anne Frank House at a particular date and time, you can buy a ticket at the museum entrance from 3:30 PM until closing time.
So even without an online ticket you can still visit the Anne Frank House any day from 3:30 PM.
The museum closes it doors 30 minutes before closing time. Please note that the queue for the Anne Frank House closes earlier. Depending on how busy it is, this can be as much as two hours before closing time.