Current Exhibition »All about Anne«
Anne Frank’s picture and name are known all over the world. She is one of the most well-known victims of the Holocaust. This Jewish girl hides from the Nazis during the occupation of the Netherlands. She is discovered two years later. Anne dies in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945. Her diary becomes world-famous after her death.
The exhibition “All About Anne” is presented in memory of Anne Frank. It is an educational centre on the history of National Socialism.
“All about Anne” is
- biographical: Visitors learn about the story of Anne’s life. And they examine what it has in common with their own lives in the present
- interactive: There are many opportunities for visitors to alter the exhibition and add their own contributions.
- inclusive: Everyone should be able to visit and understand this exhibition. It is also accessible to children, teenagers and families.
One part of the exhibition is dedicated to the story of Anne Frank’s life. More Information
Another section of the exhibition makes connections between the story of Anne Frank’s life and life today. More Information
The exhibition is located near Hackescher Markt. Before the Nazi era, this neighbourhood had been a centre of Jewish life in Berlin.
The exhibition opened in November 2018. It was created by the Anne Frank Zentrum Berlin and the Anne Frank House Amsterdam, with generous support from the Anne Frank Fonds Basel. The complete exhibition imprint can be found here.
"Discover the Exhibition!" in Berlin
For children who want to explore our exhibition "All about Anne" on their own, we offer a special material. The booklet "Discover the exhibition" supports orientation in the modules and informs about important stations. With the booklet we would like to encourage children to think about the topics of the exhibition. The material is available in the exhibition and online. Link to the material