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Anne Frank Story & Neighbourhood Walking Tour

Anne Frank Story & Neighbourhood Walking Tour

 

Gray Line Anne Frank Story & Neighbourhood Walking Tour

1,5 hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Small group tour witha maximumof 12 peoplef or a more personalized experience
  • Visit the area where Anne Frank lived her childhood in Amsterdam
  • Listen to the story about her life and her world-famous diary
  • Discover the south of Amsterdam with an expert guide
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  • Informative, friendly and professional guide

Includes

  • Professional guide
  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Small group tour walking tour

  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
  • NO ENTRANCE TO THE ANNE FRANK HOUSE

Please Note

Meeting point: Merwedeplein 61 at Square Merwedeplein,in Amsterdam South in front of the statue of Anne on the square, it’s in the area where she lived before the Annex. THIS IS NOT NEAR THE ANNE FRANK HOUSE/MUSEUM You can reach this square with tramways 4 (Take stop Waalstraat. Then left to square) Or 12 -tram-stop Waalstraat. From the tram-stop the starting point is 350 meter.

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The story of Anne Frank is known around the world thanks to her diary describing the period that she, her family and 4 others spent in a secret and hiddenAnnex hiding from Amsterdam’s German occupiers. This tour goes beyond that and will tell you about her time before and after; as a complete story of her life.

Because of many movies, theatre plays and books, the part of her life in hidingin the hidden Annexis very well known. Less known is her life as a young girlthat moved from Frankfurt am Main. This happened because of the upcoming anti-Semitism. Her father,Otto Frank, moved his family to the (what he believed to be) safe Amsterdam. They arrived in 1933 and settled on the square Merwedeplein. Anne Frank spent her happiest moments at this square and its surroundings.

During this walking tour we will take you back to the places that were important to Anne Frank in her childhood. We show you where she went to school and the bookshop where she bought her famous diary. Explore the area where she played outside and discover the house where Otto Frank’s secretary and most important helper; Miep Gies lived for many years. Miep Gies handed the diary over to Otto Frank after the war. She also saved a number of the family’s personal belongings after the Germans raided the house.

Otto Frank was reluctant to publish the diary a first, but when he read in the diary that it was his daughter’s wish to publish it, he allowed to publish the diaryin June 1947.

The tour takes place in the south of Amsterdam, where you willhave the opportunity to become acquainted with an area of the citythat you would otherwisenot seeas a tourist.This area was constructed in the 1920-30ties and was based on revolutionary ideas of city planning, architecture andsocial housing.

Meeting point: Merwedeplein 61 at Square Merwedeplein,in Amsterdam South in front of the statue of Anne on the square, it’s in the area where she lived before the Annex. THIS IS NOT NEAR THE ANNE FRANK HOUSE/MUSEUM
You can reach this square with tramways 4 (Take stop Waalstraat. Then left to square) Or 12 -tram-stop Waalstraat. From the tram-stop the starting point is 350 meter.

THIS TOUR DOES NOT INCLUDE THE ANNE FRANK HOUSE!
  • Meet your guide at square Merwedeplein, next to the statue of Anne Frank.
  • Walk during 90 minutes through the neighbourhood where she originally lived.
  • Finish your tour at square Victorieplein.


Meeting point: Merwedeplein 61 at Square Merwedeplein,in Amsterdam South in front of the statue of Anne on the square, it’s in the area where she lived before the Annex. THIS IS NOT NEAR THE ANNE FRANK HOUSE/MUSEUM
You can reach this square with tramways 4 (Take stop Waalstraat. Then left to square) Or 12 -tram-stop Waalstraat. From the tram-stop the starting point is 350 meter.

THIS TOUR DOES NOT INCLUDE THE ANNE FRANK HOUSE!

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