After our breakfast, we headed back to our hotel and got ready for our Anne Frank House tour. Anne Frank House tickets can be purchased online two months in advanced, and that is exactly what I did. I set a reminder in my calendar for exactly two months before our trip, and bought the tickets right when I got to work. By that time, there were only a handful of tickets left since they release the tickets at noon Amsterdam time (which I didn’t realize). I don’t know which tickets were harder to get, these or The Last Supper tickets in Milan cause both were nerve-wracking. You can only visit the Anne Frank House with a ticket bought online for specific time slot. They release 80% of the tickets two months in advance and the remaining 20% can be bought online the day of… either way, tickets sell out super fast!
The Anne Frank House was truly an amazing experience and a must see when visiting Amsterdam. Photography is prohibited within the museum which let me enjoy the tour without worrying about my next shot. It was a nice change of pace for someone who always has a camera glued to her hands. Since this was the only time specific event we had in Amsterdam, we spent the rest of the day walking the canals and enjoying our first day in the Netherlands.
Anne Frank House
1016 GV Amsterdam
Tickets: Anne Frank House