The exhibit is open to the general public. Admission is free.
The self-guided tour of the space takes approximately 1.5 hours.
We recommend the exhibit only for children of grades 5 and up. Click here for more information on age appropriateness.
This exhibit uses over 500 photographs to tell the story of Anne Frank, a young Jewish girl who kept a diary while she hid with her family from the Nazis in Amsterdam. Anne grew up in Europe amidst the events that culminated in World War II and the Holocaust.
Over seventy years after her death, Anne's diary has been published in more than 80 languages.
Anne was one of millions murdered during the Holocaust. Her story is used as a lens to examine this period of history and the lessons it teaches.
Anne Frank in The World: 1929 -1945 was developed by the Anne Frank House and is sponsored in North America by The Anne Frank Center USA. It is presented in the state by the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust. It is currently hosted by the City of Sandy Springs.
The space includes:
- Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945 photographic exhibit
- Daily showings of "The Short Life of Anne Frank" short film directed and produced by Gerrit Netten
- Available in Spanish, French, and Hebrew
- Witness to the Holocaust: WWII Veteran William Alexander Scott III at Buchenwald photographic and essay exhibit
- Replica of Anne Frank's room
- "Witness to the Holocaust" sculpture series by artist Devorah Sperber
- Middle and High School student artwork
- Temporary exhibits on loan