Museum temporarily closed

Anne Frank House closed until 1 June 2020

Due to the Dutch government’s measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Anne Frank House will be closed until 1 June 2020. Please keep an eye on our website for the latest information on museum visits from 1 June onwards. Ticket sales are discontinued for the time being.

Do you want to support the museum?

Due to the closure, the Anne Frank House loses crucial income. We do not receive any government subsidies for the museum, and are mainly dependent on museum visits for our income.

Many of our visitors have very kindly said that they would like to support us. We greatly appreciate that. For that reason, if you decide to donate your purchase amount or any other amount to the museum, we thank you for your generosity.

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Do you have a ticket for the Anne Frank House?

We are working very hard to assist everybody. Please do not contact your credit card company for a reversal nor contact us. We will contact you by email as soon as possible. 

You can still visit this special place from wherever you are...

Look around the Secret Annex online and find out more about what happened here or put on your VR glasses and take a virtual stroll through the hiding place where Anne Frank wrote her diary. You can also take a look around the house where Anne and her family lived before going into hiding and visit an online exhibition about Anne Frank's life.

The Anne Frank House online