We offer two different ways of accompanying classes of schoolchildren and groups of young people through the exhibition, each of which takes two hours. We deliberately do not call them guided tours, because the programmes require the active participation of the young people. The contents and methods used will be tailored individually to the previous knowledge, the special questions or the particular interests of each group.
The programme "Anne Frank - history for today" is intended for young people from the age of 10. For groups from the age of 14, who already know something about Anne Frank and the persecution of the Jews by the National Socialists, we recommend the programme "The courage to help. In hiding in Berlin and Amsterdam". This programme is provided in cooperation with the Museum "Otto Weidt's Workshop for the Blind", which tells a Berlin story about assistance for persecuted Jews.
You can find more information on the individual pages for each programme.
"Anne Frank - a story for today"
"The courage to help. In hiding in Berlin and Amsterdam"
Both programmes are also on offer for project work or as project days for a deeper examination of the topics.We look forward to your visit!