Visit the Anne Frank Exhibit in Sandy Springs Georgia
This powerful, unique moving 600-photograph and document exhibit tells the story of young Anne Frank and explores lessons of the Holocaust and its relevance today.
Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945
The 600 photograph and more than 8,000 word exhibit tells the story of young Anne Frank, from her days of freedom in the 1930s to her hiding with her family in Amsterdam, to her 1945 death in the Bergen-Belson concentration camp.
Visitors may watch a 28-minute video, "The Short Life of Anne Frank", which includes the only know footage of Anne Frank. This powerful, moving exhibit provides visitors a chance to learn, explore, share and remember the history and lessons of the Holocaust and its continued relevance today.
Hours: Open Tuesday-Thursday at 10am-4pm, Friday at 10am-2pm, and Saturday-Sunday at 12noon-4pm. Closed on Monday. Call for holiday hours.
Please call for group tours. A knowledgeable tour guide will gladly offer information on this exhibit.
Amenities: Accessibility for mobility-impaired.
Hours Open: Tues-Thurs at 10am-4pm, Fri at 10am-2pm and Sat & Sunday at 12noon-4pm
Admission and parking are Free.
Address: Parkside Shopping Center, 5920 Roswell Road - Suite A209, Sandy Springs GA 30328 - Located avove the Sandy Springs Visitor Center.
Directions From I-75 or I-285E - Take I-285 East. Exit 25 (Roswell Road). Left over interstate. About 1/10th mile on the left in Parkside Shopping Plaza. Exhibit on Right.