Anne Frank & the Jewish history of Amsterdam

Feel the Jewish History and learn about Anne Frank

Learn about Anne Frank & our Jewish history

Join our Anne Frank & the Jewish history tour. Learn about Amsterdam’s rich Jewish history by passing landmarks of the Jewish quarter. Feel the emotion and hope of Jewish families during the dark days of the war while hiding in the zoo and other parts of the city. And see where Anne Frank was hiding in Amsterdam city center.

Starting from the heart of the Jewish quarter we will walk to several famous Jewish places in the former Jewish quarter. See the famous old Synagogue, monuments to remember the war, the old Jewish theater with a terrible history and several other iconic buildings along some of Amsterdam’s 17th-century canals. We will also see several stumbling stones to remember the Jewish people that lived in the buildings we pass.

After we will take the direct tram to the Westerkerk and Prinsengracht. We will see the church, and see the Anne Frank house from the outside.

Be aware, we do not have tickets for the Anne Frank House itself but can give you good advice how to get the tickets! In 95% of the time, we can help you get inside, we know the system.

“The sun is shining, the sky is deep blue, there’s a magnificent breeze and I’m longing — really longing — for everything: conversation, freedom, friends, being alone.”
Anne Frank, february 12th, 1944

We recommend to read the Diary of Anne before joining the tour. It gives an extra dimension during our experience.

Practical information

Duration: 2,5 hours
Time: 10.00 – 12.30
– A good coffee
– Dutch Snacks

Meeting Point: In front of Jewish Historical Museum, Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1, Amsterdam

Anne Frank & the Jewish history tour


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