Anne Frank House
After two years of renewal work the Anne Frank House is ready to welcome a new generation of visitors.
Thanks to new technology the text beneath two covered pages of the diary of Anne Frank has been made legible.
The Anne Frank House, together with European partners, has developed a multilingual online toolbox for schools to bring discrimination, racism and antisemitism up for discussion in the classroom.
In the museum, in our publications and online we tell the life story of Anne Frank in the context of the Holocaust and the Second World War.
The Anne Frank House develops and distributes educational programmes and materials for young people, teachers, police officers and other intermediaries.
The mission, management, organisation and finances of the Anne Frank House.