Anne Frank House

The former hiding place of Anne Frank and her family during World War II, now a museum documenting their life in hiding.

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The Secret Annex

This is the hiding place where Anne Frank and her family, as well as four other people, lived in secret for two years during World War II. The annex was accessible only through a hidden staircase and was separated from the main house by a wall.


The Main House

This is where Otto Frank, Anne's father, had his office and conducted his business before the war. The house also served as a refuge for Jewish friends and colleagues of the Frank family during the Nazi occupation.


The Annex Stairs

These stairs led to the secret annex where Anne and her family lived in hiding. The stairs were hidden behind a bookcase and were only accessible by a sliding panel.


Anne's Room

This is the room where Anne slept and wrote her famous diary. The room has been preserved with many of Anne's belongings still intact, including her desk, bed, and bookshelf.


The Frank Family's Living Room

This is where the Frank family lived together in the secret annex. The room has been decorated with period furniture and artifacts to give visitors a sense of what life was like for the Franks during their time in hiding.


The Annex Kitchen

This is where the Frank family cooked their meals during their time in hiding. The kitchen has been restored to its original condition and features many of the family's belongings, including their beloved cat, Mrs. Moo.


The West Wall

This is where Otto Frank wrote his famous letter to Anne after she was taken away by the Nazis. The wall has been preserved with a replica of the original letter on display.


The Prinsengracht Canal

This is where the Franks had access to the secret annex through a hidden entrance near the canal. Visitors can take a moment to reflect on the bravery and resilience of the Frank family and others who risked their lives during this dark period in history.