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Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect

1325 Avenue of the Americas, 28th Floor, New York City, NY 10019
+1 212-431-7993
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A fascinating look into history

I discovered this on free Night at the Museum in NY. It takes you back in time. It is a must see... read more

Reviewed July 26, 2016
Brooklyn, New York
small, but very informative.

a pretty small exhibition but good commentary of the timeliness and the basics of the growth of... read more

Reviewed July 13, 2016
via mobile
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Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, the U.S. national organization in the worldwide network of Anne Frank organizations, addresses civil and human rights across America. Through educational programs and grassroots organizing, the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect calls out prejudice, counters discrimination and advocates for the kinder and fairer world of which Anne Frank dreamed. The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect's New York office has moved to 1325 Avenue of the Americas, and no longer has a public gallery for visitation. In place of the gallery, the organization has significantly expanded its traveling exhibits and other programs, bringing Anne Frank’s story to communities across the United States.
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Jul 26, 2016
“A fascinating look into history”
Jul 13, 2016
“small, but very informative. ”
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1325 Avenue of the Americas, 28th Floor, New York City, NY 10019
+1 212-431-7993
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Reviewed July 26, 2016

I discovered this on free Night at the Museum in NY. It takes you back in time. It is a must see for anyone who has read the book.

Thank Cassysj
Reviewed July 13, 2016 via mobile

a pretty small exhibition but good commentary of the timeliness and the basics of the growth of anti-Semitism in the 30s n 40s in Europe.

Thank Mickland
Reviewed June 30, 2016

I visited Amsterdam and was amazed how The Diary of Anne Frank came to life. You see the attic they hid in, the measuring lines of their heights, listed in the book, the pictures of the family. You come to NYC and say what now?...More

Thank estherp618
Reviewed May 18, 2016

We went to the Anne Frank Center and saw a film about the life of Anne Frank as well as a lecture from a Holocaust survivor .

Thank len16107
Reviewed January 14, 2016 via mobile

The Anne Frank Museum is very close to The Ground Zero. I've been to the museum and annex in Amsterdam. However, surprisingly I wasn't bored here. I gleaned facts that I never knew of before. You really get to know her family better. It's done...More

2  Thank estherp618
Reviewed November 24, 2015

This was one of the most deeply moving experiences I have ever had. The museum is so we'll run and organized wih films, photos, quotes and artifacts from Anne Frank and her family. You become immersed in the story of Anne and her daily struggle...More

2  Thank Lsh132015
Reviewed August 12, 2015

Great place to visit! My pre-teen daughter found it in a guidebook and having just studied WWII and the holocaust, wanted to visit. We were impressed. Great information and artifacts. Very clean location and very friendly staff.

3  Thank AdamEasley
Reviewed July 28, 2015 via mobile

This museum is such a gem. It is very small and intimate. The day we visited it was just my family in the museum. We basically received a private tour of the museum from the lovely lady that worked up front. She did a wonderful...More

1  Thank Alisa D
Reviewed July 25, 2015 via mobile

If you've read the book Anne Frank then this place is for you. The museum is small. Admission is cheap. You can see a documentary about the life of Anne Frank.

1  Thank Claudia C
Reviewed July 10, 2015

A place that reminds of all that is good and bad in humans. A very well maintained place with friendly staff. Recommended for families who can take children there, though the children must be explained the purpose of the center with a lot of love...More

1  Thank Anup-Narayanan
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February 20, 2017|
Response from asm_NY | Reviewed this property |
Their website suggests it may have closed ... they're now doing traveling exhibits instead.
Heather B
July 30, 2015|
Response from MajaMontreal | Reviewed this property |
Unless you are a large group I wouldn't think it would be necessary to get the tickets in advance. You would have to confirm with them. Their contact info and web site are posted beside my comment.