Anne Frank was a young Jewish girl who hid from the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands in a secret annex to a house at 263 Prinsengracht, Amsterdam. She remained hidden with other members of her family for over two years.
During her time in hiding, Anne kept a diary which has since been published.
The original house has now been converted into a museum.
The Anne Frank House is extremely popular. Online tickets are often booked up months in advance.
You must have a prebooked ticket to visit between 9:30 am and 3:30 pm. After 3:30 pm you can purchase tickets from the museum box office on a first come first served basis. At popular times the queue for tickets can be 2 hours long.