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Jewish Quarter Anne Frank Walking Tour in Amsterdam

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  • Follow the footsteps of Anne Frank with a guide who knows the way
  • Get an inside look from your guide's precise storytelling and props 
  • Easy-to-find departure spot in Amsterdam makes meeting your group simple 
Jewish Quarter Anne Frank Walking Tour in Amsterdam
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English tour at 2pmMost Popular
Walk through Amsterdam with a professional guide that shows you Amsterdam during the second world war, through the eyes of Anne Frank. The tour goes from the Jewish Quarter to the Jordaan area.
English tour at 11am
Walk through Amsterdam with a professional guide that shows you Amsterdam during the second world war, through the eyes of Anne Frank. The tour goes from the Jewish Quarter to the Jordaan area.
Tour en español a las 16:00h
Este tour a pie por Ámsterdam esta guiado en español a las 16:00h. 2-horas de información de la segunda guerra mundial y la vida de Anne Frank. Entrada a la casa de Anne Frank no esta incluida.
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This tour makes it super easy to pack in a little daytime history in between exploring Amsterdam’s vibrant nightlife. Even if you’re planning on visiting the Anne Frank House separately on your own, this tour follows her path through city’s the Jewish Quarter with a guide who’s well brushed up on his WWII history.  

What to Expect

Your walking tour of Amsterdam’s Jewish Quarter starts at an easy-to-find central meeting spot. Once the group of no more than 15 has assembled, you’ll follow your guide to explore the area on foot, tracing Anne Frank’s footsteps during WWII.

Get helpful insights on the history of the city during WWII, as well as information on Anne Frank and her family. Your guide will share documents and pictures that relate to stories from the era. You’ll learn about how families, such as the Franks, were offered secret hiding places.

Stop at the Jewish Historical Museum, the Auschwitz Monument, and the Portuguese Synagogue.

Your tour ends outside Anne Frank House where you can choose to wait in line to explore the museum on your own (own expense) or continue on with your day in Amsterdam.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Worst Customer Service Ever

We booked the Anne Frank Walking Tour of Amsterdam was over charged $259.44 for 4 people ?? The day before more than the allowed 24 hours We saw the weather forecast was 80% rain. Being how it is an outside walking tour I called to...More

Thank Neusebug
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
This Is A Must Di

When I decided to come to Amsterdam, this was a must do because I love History. Arthur, our tour guide, filled in the missing pieces. He was filled with knowledge of the history that happened in the Jewish Quarter, about the Frank family and the...More

Thank KathrynMary77
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Wonderful tour

Josje, our guide, presented a great but haunting history of Germany in the 30s and 40s. Very much worth the time and effort.

1  Thank Tony V
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Tulsa, Oklahoma
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Our guide was knowledgeable and easy to understand. However, we did NOT see the house where the Frank family lived before going into hiding or the school that Anne attended. The tour was focused on Dutch resistance and general history of Jewish persecution by Nazi...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago
THE HOUSE an Amazing Piece of History!

We were lucky enough to get tickets for the house tour! The rooms they had to live in silence for 2 years were incredibly small. It was hard for me to imagine what they had to go through. The most interesting thing for me was...More

1  Thank Gary E
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August 1, 2018|
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Response from David S | Reviewed this property |
I think they say it’s a 2 1/2 hour tour but it’s longer than that. If you need be you can leave the tour the guides are great people. Have fun
July 22, 2018|
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Response from Finola S | Reviewed this property |
I don't think you will have a problem. Thi s is an excellent tour and our guide Talia was superb. Enjoy
Laura V
July 7, 2018|
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Response from eti_11 | Reviewed this property |
The Meeting point was in front of the Jewish historical museum.