About this tour
Learn about Anne Frank and Amsterdam’s Jewish community on this walking tour of the city’s Jewish quarter in the hands of an expert on WWII. As you stroll, hear stories about Anne Frank’s family, her life in hiding, and more.
The guide will tell you stories about Anne Frank’s love of writing and the circumstances she experienced in Amsterdam in the 1930s and 1940s. Listen to how her diary gained worldwide fame. Discover some secret hiding places where the writer sought refuge during the Dutch resistance in the Second World War. This guided tour will pass through the Jewish Quarter and highlights essential buildings such as the Portuguese Synagogue, the Hollandsche Schouwburg Museum and the central office of the Jewish Council. Discover the hiding places that the Dutch resistance provided to Jewish families like Anne Frank’s family. Walk through monuments and buildings still marked by the traces of war. Furthermore, a narration of how citizens behaved during the occupation.
- Explore Amsterdam’s Jewish Quarter with a private guide
- Get tonnes of background on Anne Frank, her diary and her family
- Private guide just for your group means plenty of time for questions
- Walking tour creates atmosphere and allows lots of time for photos
- A local guide
- Food and drinks
- An entrance ticket to Anne Frank House is not included
Operated by Side Walks