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Great museum in a cozy little alley with a beautiful atmosphere. It is a calm place in crowded Berlin. The museum is interesting and educational. I've learned some more about the Frank family. And as always, when I read about Anna Frank, I hoped there...More
For 5 euros this place is an absolute steal once you find it ! Even using google maps I missed it first time as its down an alley that just looks like its got bars, so keep your eyes peeled. It is a very small...More
What a brilliant informative museum about Anne Franks life . Well set out so easy to follow . The museum itself is on an alley way which has fantastic graffiti all along the walls . The alley way can be difficult to find it is...More
My teenage granddaughter was interested in the life of anne frank and is planning to read her diary. Very informative and moving. Lots of photos as annes father was a keen photographer. Made a great impression on my granddaughter and on me to.
This is worth a visit if you’re interested. To get to it you have to walk down a little ally that is an experience in itself with all the graffiti and artwork on the walls. It was €5 each which is a standard tariff. There...More
Me and my partner visited the museum and it cost us €3 each to enter as students normal price is €5. Although this is not the biggest museum it’s very emotional and has lots of good information! It’s hard to find so I suggest pre...More
I'm just back from a 3 day trip to Berlin and was desperate to go here as I had read they had her Diary on loan. They didn't. I emailed before we went to check if it was still there and received no reply. When...More
It's not a big museum but you can read a lot of stuff about Anne and her family, and about politics in Germany in her time. There are also a lot of pictures, some objects and you can watch a movie and buy books on...More