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School groups in Amsterdam: Anne Frank and WWII Walking Tour

School groups in Amsterdam: Anne Frank and WWII Walking Tour

From US$ 26.59 per person

The diary of Anne Frank and history about the Second World War is a important subject at school. This option is especially for school groups of any age, accompanied by the teacher.

About this activity

Free cancellation
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Covid-19 precautions
Special health and safety measures apply. Learn more
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Duration 2 hours
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Live tour guide
Spanish, Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian
Wheelchair accessible
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  • Learn about the history of WWII in Amsterdam
  • Listen to the stories from Anne Frank's famous diary
  • See buildings and monuments still scarred by the war
  • Walk through the Jewish Quarter & the historical city center of Amsterdam
Full description

Better acquaint yourself with Anne Frank's fascinating yet tragic story on a 2-hour Anne Frank walking tour through te Jewish Quarter & the historical city center of Amsterdam. The tour starts in front of the Jewish Historical Museum. Walk past monuments and buildings still bearing scars from WWII. Your guide will bring history to life, giving you a sense of how the city’s citizens coped during the occupation and how they moved around in times of alarm, fear, and horror. Travel back in time to the dark days of WWII, learning what life was like during the occupation by the Germans from 1940-1945, and how Anne Frank became an iconic symbol of the brutality of suppression. Hear the story about her diary and how it came to be published by her father Otto Frank. Learn why the Dutch tried to co-exist with the occupying army, and hear about several events, such as the February Strike and Winter of Hunger. Visit the Jewish Cultural Quarter, listen to the history of dokwerker, the Portuguese synagogue and the Auschwitz monument. Discover locations the Dutch resistance offered as secret hiding places to families like the Franks. The tour ends by the Anne Frank House. If you would like to continue delving into Anne Frank's story, you have the option of entering on your own (at your own expense) when its doors open to the public at 15:30.

  • Professional Dutch, English, Spanish, Italian or French-speaking tour guide
  • Anne Frank House admission ticket
Covid-19 precautions

You must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You must bring your own headphones
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Meeting point

Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1. in front of the Jewish Historical Museum

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Important information

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  • The tour is wheelchair accessible
  • Comfortable shoes are recommended
  • This tour does not include access to the Anne-Frank House. You can join the line to see the Anne-Frank House on your own after the tour. Entrance is not guaranteed
  • The Anne Frank House is open every day until 10 PM
Customer reviews

Overall rating

5 /5

based on 4 reviews

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My class of 20 students was divided into two groups, so there were two guides who accompanied us, both extremely knowledgeable and engaging. The path allowed us to understand not only the history of the Nazi invasion of Holland, the history of the Frank family and the Jewish community, but also peculiar aspects of Dutch culture. Experience to recommend. Be careful to precisely define the times of the visit as there was probably a communication error between the server and the guide. Despite this problem, which was resolved quickly and professionally, the overall judgment remains excellent.

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February 2, 2020

After an early flight to Amsterdam, we checked in to our lodgings, quickly grabbed lunch and took the tram to our meeting point. Given that we had been awake since about 2:30 that morning, I assumed our group of 21 students were going to resent my decision in booking a 2-hour Anne Frank/WW II walking tour of Amsterdam. I could not have been more incorrect. We were greeted by two of the warmest smiles you could imagine. Our group was then split into two and we were off. Our guides kept us entertained with enlightening information, safe from the whizzing trams and bikers and to top it off, we had a serendipitous encounter with an amazing Holocaust survivor that offered to share her story with us. To say the least, it was an unforgettable experience and our group will be forever grateful! I highly recommend this tour as the first activity any school group books in the city. Thank you!

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May 19, 2019

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