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I have visited the museum twice. Next time I will go twice while I am in Amsterdam. It is so moving and yet inspiring how people can survive under terrible conditions. Dolores Shea; Milwaukie, Oregon

Dolores Shea, 72 - Milwaukie - United States - 3 May 2011

this site rocks

kevin, 13 - stlouis - United States - 2 May 2011

i really liked the 3d tour and i have been a fan of the book for a long time. some day i hope to come to amsterdam and see the Anne frank house

Brenna Skidmore, 14 - United Kingdom - 1 May 2011

I visited the house yesterday (April 29, 2011.) I thought I would be emotionally overwhelmed, and would burst into tears, but that did not happen, The very real and mundane -- if terrifying -- existence these people lived, was made real by climbing the stairs and being in their small rooms. The point is that somewhere in the world, some ordinary citizen is hiding from their government as I type this...

David Ebert, 62 - Westford, MA - United States - 30 Apr 2011

The Diary of Anne Frank really spoke to my heart... I cried so much over this little book it was pitiful... But I will say that I would never take back reading it.

Brianna Detwiler, 13 - Quenemo, KS, 66528 - United States - 29 Apr 2011

Thank you for making this site available for those who can't visit the museum. My students were completely engaged and gave even more meaning to her diary.

Erica Medina, United States - 28 Apr 2011