Learn everything there is to know about Anne Frank during the German occupation on this 2-hour walking tour in Amsterdam. Meet your guide at The Waterlooplein and learn about Anne Frank and other Jews who perished during World War II.
On the tour, you will pass the Portuguese synagogue and witness key testimonies such as Stolpersteine, the gate to the medieval plague cemetery, and monuments honoring the Third Reich’s resistance. Join this trip to discover Amsterdam’s Jewish Quarter and discover how the Jewish community in Amsterdam lives today.
- Learn about Anne Frank and her family.
- Discover what the Netherlands was like during WWII.
- Visit Amsterdam’s Jewish Quarter and learn about the Jewish community.
- See many sights like the Jewish Historic Museum and the Auschwitz Monument.
Anne Frank’s tale is well-known across the globe because of the moving and tragic diary she wrote during the time she and her family spent hiding from the German invaders of Amsterdam in a hidden annex. Learn about er life as a young kid, her time in Amsterdam before and during the war and about her legacy.
Visit the locations that were important to Anne Frank during her upbringing in Amsterdam. See where she attended school and where she purchased her famous diary. Explore the area where she used to play outside and the house where Miep Gies, the woman who gave Anne’s dairy to Otto Frank, resided for many years.
Meet in front of the Portugese Synagogue at the Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1. We operate daily at 10:30am and 12:30pm. With your booking confirmation you will receive pictures of the meeting point so that it is easy for you to find it!
- 2-hour group tour
- local guide
- Visit some of the most historical sights of Amsterdam.
- Hear the incredible story of Anne Frank and her diary.
- Learn about life during the second World War and the struggles people endured.
- Discover the Jewish Quarter of Amsterdam and learn about the Jewish community.