Please note: The exhibition »All about Anne« at the Anne Frank Center is closed from 14 March until 19 April 2020. The Anne Frank Center is thus following the decision of the Senate Department for Culture and the Europa to close its cultural institutions during this period for visitor traffic. With this measure we would like to contribute to inhibiting the spread of the corona virus. We thank you for your understanding.
The Anne Frank Zentrum is located in the heart of Berlin close to "Hackescher Markt" in the Mitte district. This is where the exhibition “All about Anne” is presented. We offer different educational programs in German and English for school classes and groups.
The exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Anne Frank and her famous diary. It explains why the story of Anne Frank’s life continues to be important to us today. Visitors have the opportunity to add their own thoughts to the exhibition.
Adults: 6 EUR | Reduced: 3.50 EUR | Families: 14 EUR
Children age ten and under: free admission
Reduced admission for: children age 11 to 18, students, pensioners, severely disabled, Berlin Pass holders, people serving in the volunteer service and the federal volunteer service
Due to limited space, we ask that groups of 8 or more register in advance.
The prices for educational offers can be found under each specific program. Please see “accompanying offers.”
We are partners of the Berlin Welcome Card, Museums Pass, Family Pass Berlin and Brandenburg, German Museums Association, Super-Ferien-Pass Berlin, Berlin Scheckheft, TwoTickets and ICOM.
We want to make our exhibition accessible to all visitors. It can be reached by elevator. The main information is translated into sign language. All texts are easy to understand. They can also be heard with audio equipment. A guide system for the blind leads through our rooms. Important information is provided in Braille.
Directions in audio format provided by “Berlin for the Blind" in German: