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Anne Frank Museum

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When in Amsterdam we intend on visiting an number of museums including the Anne Frank museum. From what I have read on various threads we have decided that we will purchase the Museum Pass especially since we will also be able to use it when in The Hague. I was on the Anne Frank museum website this morning to see about reserving a time for our visit, however it would appear that I will need to buy an entrance ticket on -line in order to do so. That kind of defeats the benefit of having the Anne Frank entrance fee included in the Museum Pass. Is there a way I can reserve an entrance time without having to buy an entrance ticket.

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