• Educator Open House

    Educator Open House

    Join us for an afternoon exclusively for educators, featuring a FREE performance of Conversations with Anne. Tour our gallery and learn about The Anne Frank Center’s programs for students and teachers. Win a FREE field trip, enjoy some wine and cheese, and more!
  • Visit Us!

    Visit Us!

    Since it was first published in 1947, Anne Frank’s diary has become one of the most powerful memoirs of the Holocaust. The Anne Frank Center USA offers a full-service gallery featuring an exhibit on Anne's life, a facsimile of her famous diary, and other artifacts from World War II. Come as you are. Leave changed.
  • The Sapling Project

    The Sapling Project

    In 2009 AFC launched the Sapling Project, a national initiative aimed at bringing together diverse communities and educational centers in a shared celebration of Anne, her beloved chestnut tree, her appreciation of nature, and her longing for freedom and justice in the world.
  • Anne Frank Tree Planted at U.S. Capitol

    Anne Frank Tree Planted at U.S. Capitol

    The Anne Frank Center USA is proud to announce that Congressional leaders planted an Anne Frank Memorial Tree on the West Front Lawn of the U.S. Capitol at a ceremony on Wednesday, April 30, 2014.
  • The Anne Frank Awards

    The Anne Frank Awards

    The Spirit of Anne Frank Awards recognize worthy students, educators and citizens–bridge builders, peacemakers, innovators and role models–who participate in social and humanitarian programming to engender understanding, equality, and mutual respect among diverse groups.
  • The Sapling Project

    In 2009 AFC launched the Sapling Project , a national initiative aimed at bringing together diverse communities and educational centers in a shared celebration of Anne, her beloved chestnut tree, her appreciation of nature, and her longing for freedom and justice in the world.
    The Sapling Project
  • Traveling Exhibits

    Throughout North America, our exhibits have been hosted by community centers, schools, colleges and universities, arts organizations, libraries and museums located in the United States and Canada.
    Traveling Exhibits
  • Inaugural Anne Frank Award

    Inaugural Anne Frank Award

    The Anne Frank Center USA is pleased to help honor Rabbi David Saperstein, the recipient of the 2014 Anne Frank Award for Human Dignity and Tolerance. Rabbi Saperstein will receive the award at a ceremony held at the Library of Congress on September 17, 2014. Click here for more information

  • Current Exhibition

    Current Exhibition

    In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, please visit our current exhibit "Fragments: Jewish Life in Central and Eastern Europe, 1981-2007 - The Post-War Photography of Yale Strom." More Information

  • Book a Field Trip!

    Book a Field Trip!

    The Anne Frank Center hosts a variety of programs for school groups and camps for students in grades 3-12. Students learn about Anne's life, her vision for a more peaceful and just world, and how they can stand up to bullying and discrimination in their own lives. For more information, click here