Who doesn’t know the story of Anne Frank? But want to know more? In the Anne Frank House you can learn everything about one of Amsterdam’s best-known historical figures. Anne Frank and her family lived in the house for more than two years. This house is a must-see when you’re in Amsterdam. To be guaranteed of your perfect parking spot you should make a reservation, from only €10 a day you will be able to walk straight to the Anne Frank House.
Anne Frank House
During World War II in the Netherlands, more than 100.000 people where deported and killed in concentration camps. In that time Anne Frank wrote here touching diary. Over the years, the diary has served as basis for several plays and films. She wrote her diary in the house on Prinsengracht 263. This was the house where the family lived in hiding for more than two years. The attic rooms are empty, but you can still feel the atmosphere of the hiding period. Some personal items remain in the museum. The museum also features a exhibition about the persecution of the Jews and discrimination in general.
Amsterdam by car
The Anne Frank House is one of the most impressive museums in Amsterdam. Park you car within walking distance from the museum for just € 25,- (vanaf 6 uur parkeren) a day. Parking Centrum Oosterdok is the cheapest parking in the centre of Amsterdam and is situated next to the central station.