Amsterdam: The Story of Anne Frank & Jewish History Tour
- Explore Jewish culture and influence in Amsterdam
- Learn about World War II and the story of Anne Frank
- Hear about the Dutch Resistance in the World War II
- Visit the National Holocaust Memorial and Anne Frank Memorial in Amsterdam
- Travel in a small group (max. 12 people) or a private tour with an expert guide
Cross the city center from west to east and find the locations that mattered during the five years of Nazi-occupation in Amsterdam between May 1940 and May 1945. Your expert guide's narration will introduce you to several people that played their role during these dire years. Walk by the Amsterdam canals into the medieval center and hear about the Dutch Resistance during the war. Before exploring Dam Square, the backdrop for the annual ceremony on National Memorial Day. Join the Royal Family and the army in an insightful remembrance, and learn about this part of history in Amsterdam.
Walking towards the eastern part of the city center, the accent of the tour shifts more towards the Jewish community in Amsterdam. Before the German invasion, Amsterdam had a thriving Jewish community. The Holocaust had a tremendous impact on Amsterdam, and your guides will tell you the story of the former Jewish district during the months of the Holocaust. You'll later end your tour at the Hollandsche Schouwburg, a former theater transformed by the Nazis as a detention center for Jews. Today it houses the National Holocaust Memorial, a place of reflection and mourning.
- Expert local English or German-speaking guide
- Small group or private tour
- Walking tour
- Transportation to the meeting location
- Food and drinks
- Visit inside Anne Frank's house
Prepare for the activity
Meet your guide at Westermarkt, in front of the tall Wester church tower and next to the small statue of Anne Frank. Your guide will have a sign with the company name of the local partner on.Open in Google Maps ⟶