Anne Frank in the world is an exhibit developed by the Anne Frank house, currently hosted by the city of Sandy Springs, GA, it's a traveling exhibit that tells the story of a young Jewish girl who was murdered during the holocaust. The exhibit displays photographs, a short film and a replica of Anne Frank's room. The traveling exhibit has free admission for the public. Docent led tours of the exhibit are available.
Things to Do
- Anne Frank in the world exhibit tells the moving story of Anne Frank with the help of photographs, a short film, essays and sculptures.
- Visitors can take self-guided tour of the space that takes around 1.5 hours, guided tours are offered for groups on reservations.
- Over 500 photographs are used to tell the story of Anne Frank, she hid with her family in Amsterdam during holocaust.
- The short film about Anne Frank is informative, the 28-minute long film is available in many languages.
- A small replica of Anne Frank's room can be seen in the exhibit. The diary Anne Frank wrote during her hiding has been published in many languages.
- The exhibit is suitable for children over the age of 10.
Anne Frank in the world Insider Tips
- Audio tours are available.
- Free parking is available.
- The exhibit is closed on Mondays.