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Anne Frank House

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Anne Frank House

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Prinsengracht 263 - 267 museum entrance Westermarkt 20, 1016 DK Amsterdam The Netherlands
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Day Trip to Zaanse Schans, Edam, Volendam and Marken from Amsterdam
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Day Trip to Zaanse Schans, Edam, Volendam and Marken from Amsterdam

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Discover the real Netherlands in this amazing tour through Zaanse Schans, Edam, Volendam, and Marken – the jewels of the Dutch countryside.<br><br>The visit starts in Zaanse Schans, where you will be able to take pictures of typical Dutch windmills that are still in use today. Afterward, we will drive to the Waterland area, passing through the beautiful villages from this part of the country: Edam, Volendam, and Marken. In Edam, we will walk through historic sites like the square where the famous Cheese Market used to take place. Then, near Volendam, we will visit a local cheese producer, where the cheese master will explain how they produce Gouda and Edam cheeses. In the clog factory, you will discover the secrets of this typical Dutch shoe. Then, travel back in time to the 17th century as we walk by cozy fishermen houses in Marken, the fishing harbor, and the protestant church.<br><br>Join us for an unforgettable day visiting Edam, Volendam, Marken, and Zaanse Schans.
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Temer2 wrote a review Yesterday
Horley, United Kingdom1,061 contributions331 helpful votes
Anne Frank's story is harrowing and a massive part of Amsterdam's history but I was a bit disappointed with the museum. I haven't read Anne Frank's diaries so the visit to the museum was a whistlestop tour but it all felt a bit hectic and disorganised. We went while on a mini cruise so booked our tickets as soon as they were available (a month or so ahead of sailing), and had to queue outside. It starts off quite well where only the people in the allotted time slot are allowed in the house but once you're in, it seems a bit of a free for all and we didn't even get to see her diaries at the end of the tour as we just couldn't get near them. We took about an hour going around but I wouldnt have spent more time there and also be aware of booing if you have any sort of mobility issue as there are large and very steep steps to negotiate and I didn't feel safety was a priority - I understand they want to keep it as authentic as it was but it just felt a bit like a hazard around every corner.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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020Rachel wrote a review Jan. 22
Philipsburg, St Martin / St Maarten27 contributions8 helpful votes
Although Anne Frank's story is very interesting and it is important that this museum remains, it felt indeed more like a museum than a house. I visited many years ago (in the nineties) and back then it felt more like an actual house you visited. Now it is a museum and I didn't get that sense of reality as much anymore. Still- a must-visit if you've never been. (And with the numbers of visited they have to cope with, I can understand the need of better logistical ways.)
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Lea Tonna wrote a review Jan. 20
Qormi, Malta10 contributions
I had heard a lot about it before I went, I was slightly let down as I expected more. I admit it was an emotional experience getting to see where Anne and her family had to live. One of the things that saddened me the most was the train footage and the book with all the names :(
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Pascal G wrote a review Jan. 19
Arnhem, The Netherlands12 contributions1 helpful vote
A must do with your (from ago of 8) kids.... impressive. House is preserved well... story and situation comes to live....
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Flyawhey | Health & Travel Blog wrote a review Jan. 13
Lexington, Kentucky151 contributions11 helpful votes
Inside, you'll find information about Anne Frank and her family, and you can go through the house & attic where they lived. I think it's a must-go, there is an atmosphere in this museum that you just can't feel anywhere else.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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