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-November 27, 2022: Saturday and Sunday Tours: 1pm
Budgets for bussing and school tours are limited and costs are increasing. Please help bring our students to the Stratford Perth Museum by pressing DONATE on this page. All proceeds will be used for Anne Frank: A History for Today School Tour transport expenses to the Stratford Perth Museum. Exhibit Closes January 27th, 2023.
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 Megan Patterson, Manager of Education and Programs. 519.393.5315 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Educators? Please view our digital education tours for your classroom by clicking here