Group visits

School visits

Educational programs for schools

The Anne Frank House offers educational programs for primary schools and secondary schools (for different school types). If you do not have the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank House with your class, you can book an Online Museum Tour for schools. Read more about the available options and book a visit.

Program for primary schools

Pupils are prepared for a look behind the bookcase. Working with teaching aids specifically developed for this age range pupils learn about Anne Frank, the Second World War and the persecution of Jews.

  • Intended for: Year/group 6 (11 years old), max. 35 participants
  • Language versions: Dutch, English, German
  • Length: two hours, including tour of the House
  • Costs: € 40 for the programme, € 7 per child, € 14 for first, fourth, fifth & sixth (max!) companion. Second & third companion free. Including museum visit

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Online Museum Tour for primary schools

Our museum employee will take the pupils virtually through the hiding place of Anne Frank. They will receive background information about the people in hiding, the helpers and the premises. Why did the Frank family had to go into hiding and why did they hide in this particular building? Who were the other people in hiding and what was their everyday life like?

Our museum employee will show the pupils virtually the current museum spaces and furnished Secret Annex where you can look 360 degrees around. They will get Information about the particularities of the rooms and the objects that can be seen there. And of course the diary will be discussed and there will be room for questions.

  • Intended for: Year/group 6 (11 years old)
  • Language versions: Dutch and English
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Costs: by request
Contact us to make a reservation

Program for secondary schools

Students are challenged to ask questions such as “choices made”, “helping” and “persecution” when looking at the Frank family’s story. Working with teaching aids specifically developed for this age range which include historic pictures and a concise timeline pupils learn about Anne Frank, the Second World War and the persecution of the Jews. The program can be adapted for different levels and age ranges in secondary education.

  • Intended for: young people from 12 to 18 in classes (all school types) or for instance confirmation classes. Max. 35 participants
  • Language versions: Dutch, English, German
  • Length: two hours, including tour of the House
  • Costs: € 40 for the programme, € 7 per child, € 14 for first, fourth, fifth & sixth (max!) companion. Second & third companion free. Including museum visit

ticket Make a reservation

Online Museum Tour for secondary schools

Our museum employee will take the pupils virtually through the hiding place of Anne Frank. They will receive background information about the people in hiding, the helpers and the premises. Why did the Frank family had to go into hiding and why did they hide in this particular building? Who were the other people in hiding and what was their everyday life like?

Our museum employee will show the pupils virtually the current museum spaces and furnished Secret Annex where you can look 360 degrees around. They will get Information about the particularities of the rooms and the objects that can be seen there. And of course the diary will be discussed and there will be room for questions.

  • Intended for: students (all ages)
  • Language versions: Dutch and English
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Costs: by request

Contact us to make a reservation