Anne Exhibit

Why An Exhibit on Anne Frank?

Anne, is an extraordinary new exhibit created by the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Museum of Tolerance on the life and legacy of Anne Frank. Almost everyone thinks they know Anne’s story. It is often referred to as a “window to the Holocaust” because it makes tangible the inconceivable nature of the systematic murder of six million Jews. The circumstances of Anne and her family were not unusual. Anne was one of a million and a half Jewish children who were murdered during the Nazi Holocaust simply because they were Jewish. But, the legacy of her diaries and essays is the ultimate lesson to confront anti-Semitism, fight hate, and speak up against persecution in the world today.

The Anne Frank Fonds of Basel, Switzerland, a strategic partner and supporter of the exhibition said, “This is the most important exhibition about Anne Frank. For the first time the history of the Jewish family is, with context and a meaningful educational approach, comprehensively conveyed through Anne Frank’s works.” The Anne Frank Fonds Basel was founded by Otto Frank in 1963 as universal heir and owner of the estate.The Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Museum of Tolerance acknowledge the cooperation of the Anne Frank House, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Overview of Anne

Anne, a special 60-minute experience narrated by Academy Award®-nominated actress Hailee Steinfeld, brings to life the story of Anne Frank through immersive environments, unique artifacts, multimedia presentations and exciting interactive elements.

We learn the details of Anne’s life in her own words as we witness her happy childhood and the ominous threat of the Nazis that forces her family into hiding. We watch, listen and feel her innermost thoughts, fears and hopes in an emotional experiential filmic dramatization of her room in the Secret Annex – and then we learn of the arrest and imprisonment of everyone in hiding.

Tickets & Hours for Anne (not included with general MOT admission)
Adults: $15.50
Seniors: $13.50
Students: $12.50

PLEASE NOTE: Advanced reservations are highly recommended; Call 310-772-2506 to reserve your tickets – online ticket sales coming soon.

Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm*
*(early close at 3:30 pm Fridays, November – March)
NEW: Open Thursday nights – last admittance 8:00 pm; 9:30 close
Saturday - CLOSED
Sunday – 11:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m

Group and School Visits
For group tours or school field trips of 20 or more, call 310-772-7639


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