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Anne Frank Walking Tour

Anne Frank Walking Tour

Anne Frank Walking Tour

Experience the Last Walk of Anne Frank

Join us as we trace the footsteps of Amsterdam’s most iconic resident, Anne Frank, through the heart of the city. Discover the moving story of her family’s journey to their hiding place, their final refuge during World War II.

Immerse yourself further as we conclude at a nearby café, where you’ll enjoy a drink before experiencing the Anne Frank House in virtual reality.

  • Unique route with stories through the city.
  • Personal guide for 2 hours
  • Virtual Reality experience of Anne Frank House
Anne Frank Walking Tour

Step into Anne Frank’s World: A Journey of Hope and Remembrance

This tour isn’t just about sadness—it’s a testament to tolerance and hope, echoing Anne’s words: “Don’t think of all the misery, but of all the beauty that still remains.”

Explore Amsterdam’s compelling history with us on an intimate tour where each guide leads a maximum of 15 guests. Let Anne Frank’s powerful story inspire and resonate with you as we pay tribute to her memory.

Extra information about the Anne Frank Walking Tour

The Anne Frank Walking Tour offers a unique exploration of Amsterdam’s WWII history, guided by local experts. Highlights include visiting significant sites such as the Westerkerk and the house where Anne Frank and her family hid. Participants will also experience a virtual reality recreation of the Secret Annex, providing an immersive glimpse into Anne Frank’s life during WWII. The tour includes a personal guide for 2 hours and the virtual reality experience.

The price for the Anne Frank Walking Tour is €39 per person. This fee covers the guided tour and the immersive virtual reality experience, offering exceptional value for an enriching historical journey.

The tour takes participants along the route Anne Frank and her family took to their hiding place, offering insights into their journey during WWII. Highlights include seeing the Westerkerk, the exterior of the house where the Frank family hid, and the picturesque Prinsengracht. Through Anne’s own words from her diary, participants will learn about her life, the ‘secret annex,’ and the impact of her story on the Netherlands and the world.

The tour starts at Max Euweplein 36, 1017 MB Amsterdam. Look for the guide standing by the small statue with a photograph of Anne Frank at the designated meeting point.

It’s recommended to bring rain gear, sunscreen, sunglasses, a bottle of water, and a camera. Participants should also arrive on time at the meeting point, as the tour departs promptly. Additionally, the tour is small-scale and personal, with a maximum of 15 people per guide, ensuring an intimate and engaging experience.

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