Seventy-six years after her death, Anne Frank lives on through her famous diary, in which she confided her thoughts and feelings as a Jewish teenager forced into hiding in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam. But Anne’s story, like the circumstances that led to the Holocaust, began before her family took refuge in the secret annex in 1942.

The 75 minute guided-tour leads guests through the panel exhibition highlighting personal photographs, stories, diary entries and objects from the holocaust.

March-September 24, 2022: Saturday and Sunday Tours: 1pm

**Please Note: On June 18, 2022 the tour will begin at 10am (not 1pm)**


Limited space for tours. To ensure a spot, please reserve in advance. 


Questions or if you should wish to book a tour for a week day, please contact Peg Dunnem, Manager of Education and Programs. 519.393.5315 or [email protected]

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