About The Exhibit

Anne Frank: A History For Today brings to life Anne’s amazing story which is as relevant and important now as ever.

This extraordinary exhibition has inspired, informed and mesmerized visitors across the world. You don’t want to miss this truly transformative opportunity. Anne Frank is perhaps the world’s best known and most discussed victim of the Holocaust. She was forced to live in hiding with her family in concealed rooms as Nazi forces were sending Jews to concentration camps. The diary she kept is considered one of the most important pieces of writing of the 20th Century and is one of the most read non-fiction works of all-time.

Admission is FREE

Diary pages


Diary copies sold


Translated languages


Age diary was written

Local Educational Opportunities:

UNF Spring Semester, 2017, Tuesdays. 3:05 to 4:20pm-Class EUH 3241, The Holocaust. A college course that examines major causes, issues, phases and legacies of the Holocaust. It also explores the most significant aspects of the Holocaust including planners and perpetrators, accomplices and bystanders, victims and survivors, resisters and rescuers and those who continue to bear witness. For more information, contact Professor Theo Prousis at tprousis@unf.edu.

UNF Spring Semester, 2017 –Class EUH 3465, The History of Nazi Germany.An on-line college course that examines major questions in the history of Nazi Germany including its roots in the political, economic and social troubles of previous regimes. Questions include how did the Nazis gain and maintain power and what was life like in Nazi Germany? For more information, contact Professor Charles Closmann at cclosmann@unf.edu.

National Resources

Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect:www.annefrank.com

For information about Anne Frank, the Sapling Project, exhibits, programs and resources for teachers and students.

Anti-Defamation League:www.adl.org

For information, books and classroom resources about the Holocaust, anti-Semitism, civil rights, bullying and Israel.

Add Your Voice

Help visitors tour the Anne Frank Exhibit

  • "I don't think of all the misery but of the beauty that still remains."

  • "No one has ever become poor by giving."

  • "In the long run, the sharpest weapon of all is a kind and gentle spirit."

  • "Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart."

  • "The final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands."

Voices of Hope Calendar

Anne Frank: A History For Today has inspired the creation of an unprecedented community-wide initiative called Voices of Hope. Comprising musical performances, films, educational events and more, Voices of Hope will bring Anne’s optimism and vision for a better world to life across our area. Explore the calendar below and make your plans now. Voices of Hope will make January 12 – February 12 a genuinely special time for all of us in the North Florida community.
Please confirm individual event details as the date approaches by checking the MOSH website (www.themosh.org) and contacting the individuals/organizations listed. For programs taking place at MOSH, please arrive early to see the exhibit prior to the event and during the Museum’s hours of operation.

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