This exhibit tells the powerful story of Anne Frank and her family in the context of World War II Nazi Germany. The visitor enters the main exhibit space through a bookcase-like door, a telling reminder of the portal, which both concealed the Frank family and barred them from freedom in the world.
Visitors view seventy-five custom lit panels detailing the Anne Frank journey. The 2,500 square foot exhibit space also features selected student art work sponsored by the Georgia Holocaust Commission. A small replica of Anne’s room recalls the modest conditions of daily life in the Amsterdam Annex. The exhibit culminates in a striking spatial experience where visitors engage Anne’s words in over-scaled graphics and can retrieve a lasting message from the Place of the Scrolls.