Wheelchair Accessible Anne Frank House Amsterdam

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For details of other wheelchair accessible visitor attractions, eating and drinking options and hotels in Amsterdam, see the Wheelchair Accessible Amsterdam Guide

I only include the accessibility of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam – to explain it’s INaccessibility!

You see, the Anne Frank House Museum is really in two parts:

The original house, including the Secret Annex where Anne hid. And this involves climbing some very steep stairs – with no lift (it’s an old house).

However, there is a newer part of the museum which is accessible. This part of the museum houses a temporary exhibition, the museum shop & the museum cafe.

My advice:

Your time in Amsterdam is likely to be quite limited. And there are so many other attractions in Amsterdam which are fully wheelchair accessible.

And I definitely don’t want to sound churlish here (I’m not one of those people who demands that all places should be accessible). And it is a wonderful tale – a book that all youngsters should read.

So just buy a copy of The Diary of a Young Girl (Anne Frank’s Diary) online – and spend your limited time in Amsterdam elsewhere.

 

See the Wheelchair Accessible Amsterdam Guide for details of other wheelchair accessible attractions, restaurants and hotels in Amsterdam.

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If this information has assisted you in planning your travels with your wheelchair, please consider making a donation to my Virtual Kiltwalk appeal for 2022 – in aid of FareShare. And thanks to an ADDITIONAL donation of 50% by Sir Tom Hunter, FareShare will actually receive 150% of the amount that you donate!

Thanks, Iain.

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