The Anne Frank Zentrum is presenting the exhibition »All about Anne« in Berlin. It is a place of learning about the history of National Socialism. It reminds us of Anne Frank. It offers individual visitors* and groups various ways of access.
Floor guidance system, tactile objects, audio description and guidance for blind and visually impaired people
The exhibition »All about Anne« has a floor guidance system, several tactile copies and audio descriptions. There are also regular public and free guided tours for blind and visually impaired people. Current events can be found on our website in the section Dates. There is an accessible exhibition flyer. Directions for the blind are available online for listening and as PDF for downloading (unfortunately only available in German at the moment).
All texts in the exhibition are in clear language. Difficult words are explained.
Elevator and wheelchair accessible design
The exhibition rooms are also accessible by elevator. There is an intercom system in front oft he building entrance. Staff will then accompany you to the elevator. The exhibition architecture is wheelchair accessible. A wheelchair can be borrowed free of charge at the exhibition.
Induction loops and digital Roger system
Hearing aid users* can record the sound to the films in the exhibition via an induction loop and headphones. A digital Roger system is available for communication. There is a microphone for the speaker* and a Roger My Link receiver fort he hearing aid users*.
German Sign Language
We offer regular free public guided tours with sign language interpreters*. You can find current offers on our website in the section Dates.
The most important texts in the exhibition are translated into German sign language. The videos are available on DVD upon request.