It's not a big museum but you can read a lot of stuff about Anne and her family, and about politics in Germany in her time. There are also a lot of pictures, some objects and you can watch a movie and buy books on...More
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This is a great little insight into the life of Anne Frank, with a good timeline for kids to follow, coupled with some really moving film accounts of her life. If you get the chance it is a well spent hour and not dear to...More
In a side street almost easy to miss, this museum is small but important. For only €5 you can get a sense of the horrors and also the family's bond. The diary itself is in the museum. Berlin understands how to not to shy away...More
I wasn't overly impressed didn't take long to get round! They basically just talk about her relationship with her family! Not the reason why we was in the house in amasterdam! I have been to Anne franks house, so maybe that's why I wasn't so...More
Very well curated little museum, a nice space and well organised information. Interesting and sensitive it gave a very human and intimate perspective of the experience of nazi Germany. Very informative, inspirational and thought provoking and didn't dwell on the more morbid details.
An excellent exhibition about the life of Anne Frank and the wider context of the persecution she faced. It was fascinating to see the artefacts and photographs from her life. It is worth visiting the Otto Weidt workshop too as it's very close by.
The museum is located in the former Jewish quarter of Berlin, blocks from the neue synagogue. The museum is very difficult to find! It's located among several buildings facing internal courtyards and reached by poorly marked passages and alleyways. Anne Frank never lived here or...More
This place was an eye opener about what happened to Anne and to other German Jews. Very educational had a lot of memrebelia from that time. There was also a film show too. Not expensive to go in. We bought the Berlin pass so you...More