Learn more about the life of Anne Frank
Photograph used with permission from the Anne Frank Foundation
Follow in the footsteps of the young Anne Frank as she lived and played in an Amsterdam neighbourhood. Learn all about her family and hardships, as well as little known details about life in Amsterdam during wartime.
- 1 hour 45 minutes Duration 1 hour 45 minutes
- 10:30 (except for Wednesdays) Starting Time 10:30 (except for Wednesdays)
Join local guide, Jeroen, and get to know the neighbourhood where Anne Frank and her family lived.
Follow in Anne’s footsteps as she walked to everyday places in her life and see the locations that played a part in her childhood.
Also, hear stories of what Amsterdam was like during World War II, told by an experienced guide who grew up in the same neighbourhood.
This tour is available in English and Dutch, each day except for Wednesdays.
Join our walking tour and learn more about the tough lives of Anne Frank and her family.
We took the Anne Frank Walking Tour with Jeroen and enjoyed it very much. His knowledge of the historical facts of the subject and the area, made the tour very interesting. We would not hesitate in recommending him as a tour guide to any future travelers and we would look you up again if we ever came to Amsterdam again. You met our expectations of this tour and more. Thank you, -Lorraine and Walter Kapko
Mr. van Nes’ tour was a highlight of our trip to Amsterdam. He is the perfect companion to a visit to the Anne Frank House. I have always wanted to see the places mentioned in her diary. I could not find such a reasonable tour until I stumbled on to his website. His communication was great and he met us at the tram stop. The 1.5 hour tour was very informative and much easier than trying to find those places on our own. I highly recommend it! -Christin Whitehead
My son (11) and I booked the walking tour with Mr van Nes on our short trip to Amsterdam. We wanted to get some insight into Anne Frank’s life before she and her family went into hiding. My son had learned about WWll at school and was eager to learn about the Dutch perspective as well. We were not disappointed. Mr van Nes is a very friendly man with lots of knowledge about WWll, the Jewish community in Amsterdam and Anne Frank in particular. You could tell that this was a subject close to his heart and he answered all our questions patiently and elaborately. He also showed us old pictures of places we visited with him which made a great impression on my son. The tour was interesting throughout and my son said that he learned a lot afterwards. I would highly recommend this tour for anyone interested in Anne Frank’s life in Amsterdam and it is also a beautiful walk through this impressive city away from the tourist crowds. -Ms. Stefanie Gaisser
Thank you ever so much for your excellent Anne Frank Walking Tour. We thoroughly enjoyed it. You have so much to offer because you grew up in the area and you explain all the fine details in good English as well. You also showed us some amazing photographs and pictures and literature you carry on you as a file. It was very fulfilling indeed. Keep up the good work. Kind regards. - Dr. and Mrs. Govender. Cape Town, South Africa.