This is worth seeing. It is a bit claustrophobic and there are narrow stair cases which are not suitable for those with mobility problems. The tour takes you through the building where Anne Frank hid, whilst giving snippets from her diary and trying to make you imagine what it must have been like. It goes through from the hiding until her untimely death. If it makes people stop and think about the holocaust and how it must never happen again it does its job.
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