Visit Anne Frank House
The Anne Frank House, the museum founded by the Anne Frank Foundation, is a must-visit attraction in Amsterdam. The museum displays the young Jewish diarist of the wartime, Anne Frank, who hid in the Secret Annex from the Nazi oppression during World War II. Finally, the family was taken to concentration camps where everyone died except her father, Otto Frank.
The museum displays Anne Frank’s bedroom, the original diary, the movable bookshelf starting to the Secret Annex and her bedroom. It is a touching experience where Anne, her family and four Jewish people occupied silence during work hours, celebrated festivals in silence and read famous authors. Being a historical place, the Anne Frank Museum is visited by millions of tourists a year. It is necessary to buy the tickets online beforehand and you can visit early mornings to avoid a big crowd.