Anne Frank’s words still resonate worldwide
Her diary - which was published for the first time 73 years ago today - is still popular today, as shown by the Anne Frank video diary, which was launched recently and has had over five million views worldwide.
Anne Franks’ 91st birthday
On Friday 12 June we will be reflecting on the 91st anniversary of Anne Frank’s birth. There will be special introductory programmes in the Anne Frank House, which has been open again since 1 June, and visitors will be given a special picture postcard.
Anne Frank House celebrates 60th anniversary
On Sunday, 3 May 2020, it is sixty years to the day since the Anne Frank House opened its doors to the public, on 3 May 1960.
New: Anne Frank video diary
The Anne Frank House and Every Media are launching Anne Frank video diary, a new way to introduce young people around the world to Anne Frank’s life story.
Launch new video series postponed
From March 16, every Monday and Thursday at 16:00 (Amsterdam. CET). Subscribe to youtube.com/annefrank.
New photos of Margot Frank, Anne's sister
In the run-up to Margot Frank's 94th birthday on 16 February, the Anne Frank House is sharing two new pictures of Margot, Anne's sister.
‘Ruski’, Otto Frank wrote upon the liberation of camp Auschwitz
On 27 January 1945, this year 75 years ago, the Russians liberated concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz. Otto Frank, Anne's father, was one of around 8,000 prisoners who were left behind, most of them critically ill. 'Ruski', Otto would later write in his notebook for this date.
Anne Frank House welcomes 1.3 million visitors
In 2019, the Anne Frank House has welcomed 1.3 million visitors. That's about 80,000 more than in 2018 and 40,000 more than in 2017 when the museum was renovated.