On February 18, 2024, the Anne Frank Center is offering a public tour for blind and visually impaired people through the exhibition “Everything about Anne.”
The 60-minute public tour is aimed at blind and visually impaired people and their companions. Employees of the Anne Frank Center present the biographical, interactive and inclusive exhibition of the Anne Frank Center. Who was Anne Frank? What is her diary all about – and what does her story have to do with today? During the tour there will be the opportunity to experience the various tactile objects in the exhibition. Images relevant to the tour will be described in detail and there will be room for questions.
The exhibition “Everything about Anne” is reminiscent of Anne Frank. It is a place of learning about the history of National Socialism. Anne Frank is one of the most famous victims of the Holocaust. The Jewish girl hid from the Nazis during the occupation of the Netherlands. After two years she was discovered. In 1945 she died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp as a result of her imprisonment. After her death, her diary became world famous. Part of the exhibition is dedicated to the life story of Anne Frank. Another part of the exhibition offers connections between Anne Frank's life story and the present.
Register by February 11th at: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Program in German)
Reduced price: €4.00