Get to know Amsterdam through the story of Anne Frank, passing though the Jewish Quarter while discovering the relationship between the Dutch city and the Nazi Regime.
Anne Frank Jewish Quarter Tour
Peek into one of Amsterdam's darkest episodes; we'll relive the 1940s, in the middle of the Second World War, through the quintessential story of the Nazi Holocaust, the story of Anne Frank.
We'll meet at the Museum of Jewish History with our expert guide, and from there begins our tour of Amsterdam's Jewish Quarter. During the tour we'll learn about the relationship between the Nazi Regime and the Dutch city.
We'll get to know the places, monuments and buildings of the city through the eyes of the young Anne Frank, who between 1942 and 1944 hid along with her family in a house in the city. Her diary of these years has become one of the most read books in history.
We'll discover the Portuguese Synagogue, the headquarters of the Jewish Council, the Auschwitz Monument and the Docker statue. The tour around the Jewish Quarter continues whilst we learn details of some of the worst moments of the Second World War, such as the February Strike or the famine of 1944–45.
Our tour finishes passing by the Westerkerk Church and arriving at the House of Ann Frank itself, leaving you with the bitter sensation of how cruel history can be...
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English Language Tour
Children between 4 and 12US$ 26.60
Children under 4US$ 2.60
Please check local restrictions before traveling. All of our services comply with recommendations to avoid the spread of Covid-19.
The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in English.
English speaking expert guide.
Ticket to Anne Frank's house.
When to book?
You can book up until 10 hours before the activity as long as there are still places. Book now to guarantee your spot.
Type of voucher
Electronic. Show the voucher on your phone.
Not wheelchair accessible.
All services published on Civitatis are carried out in accordance with our Sustainability Code. Specifically, this activity applies the following practices: Show more
No single-use plastics are used.
The show represents local culture.
The indigenous community participates in the management of the activity.
The activity helps the dissemination of local cultural heritage.
No printing of documentation required.
Promotes local employment.
Has a gender equality policy.
Has a carbon footprint offset policy.
Frequently asked questions
Q - How to book?
A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.
If you have any other questions please contact us.
Jewish History Museum in Amsterdam.