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The Joods Historisch Museum charges an adult admission of 10 NGL (approximately $4.50 US). Seniors and college students are charged 5.50 NGL (approximately $2.50US). Children aged 13-18 are charged 4.50 NGL (approximately $2 US). Children aged 6-13 are charged 2.50 NGL (approximately $1 US). Children under 6 are free.
Located near Waterlooplein in the Jewish section of Amsterdam, the Joods Historisch Museum (Jewish Historical Museum) is housed in four connected old synagogues. Containing information on the Holocaust, Life as a European Jew, the contributions Jews have made to European industry, and Jewish art and artifacts, the museum is a must see for any history buff.
Admission to the Anne Frank Huis is 12.50 NDG for adults, approximately $5.50 USD as of early 2001. Children age 10-17 are charged an admission of 5 NDG, approximately $2.00 USD. Children under the age of 10 are admitted free. European residents with a Cultural Youth Pass are also charged 5 NDG.
The Anne Frank Huis in Amsterdam is the actual building where Anne, her family, and another family lived in hiding during the Holocaust. In addition to the Annex where they lived, there are several rooms of exhibits on the Franks, the other occupants of the house, Miep Gies (who helped those in hiding), and some background information about the Holocaust.