Anne Frank Zentrum

Lonely Planet review

This small museum is about a girl that needs no introduction. Who hasn’t read the diary of the German-Jewish girl penned while in hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam? Anne Frank didn’t even live to see her 16th birthday, perishing from typhus at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp just days earlier. This small but poignant museum uses artefacts and photographs to tell her extraordinary story, with an entire room devoted to her diary and its profound impact on postwar generations. Displays are in German and English.