The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect is a full service gallery that uses Anne Frank’s life and words to explore the disastrous effects of injustice and prejudice. Through a permanent exhibition on her life, as well as interactive displays, visitors learn about Anne’s world in hiding and her incredible optimism despite the chaos around her. Also on display are facsimiles of her famous diary, family photos, and other artifacts from the Holocaust. Finally, the museum frequently hosts temporary exhibitions on related themes from artists all over the world.
We are located at
A / C train to Chambers Street
M5, M9, M22, M103 buses to City Hall
Tuesday – Friday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
For special weekend hours and family programming, please visit our events page
Open for groups of 10 or more by appointment only Mondays and Weekends
Tel: 212 431 7993