You have certainly read the book....
A little of sadness I've "feel" on the air...
the Anne frank house stirred up many thought of empathy towards the Jewish faith... Its hard not to feel sorry for the millions affected by one evil crazy animal---Named Hitler
I never had time to go in....the lines were massive however i did go past the house whilst on a canal cruise.
nothing will ever prepare you for the visit of the secret annex. you will eerily feel anne frank's isolation and fear of being discovered.
We went to Anne Frank's house and really enjoyed the tour.
It was a weird feeling to be in the house where she lived and to see how they lived.
I highly recommend it while in Amsterdam.
This is the house where Ann Frank and her family hid from the NAZIs during WWII. It is where she wrote her famous diary. It houses a museum as well.
Very near the museum is this little statue of Anne Frank. Its worth taking a minute of silence here, where it's much quieter than in the museum
The house where Anne Frank lived before her deportation. She wrote her famous diary, hidden on the ceiling of the house.
Learn the story of Anne Frank. The house is very touching and really worth it to visit. If you read her diary before visiting, it's even better.
A Must! If you are not familiar with the story or havent read it for a while, refresh it before you go - it will make all the difference!
Check your Jewish calendar - we learned the hard way that it's closed on Yom Kippur. It was worth making a return trip to see.
Didnt actually go in, qthe que's where quite long. They have totally refurbished the outside of the house, it looks nothing like any of the houses next to it.
When you go to Ann Frank House, get ready to cry...a sad story which took place in that house. You can see some video films explaining those days.
This is the building were Anne Frank was hiding for 25 months and the place where she wrote her famous diary.
Seeing this and learning what happened will change your life. You will definitly be affected by this place