on June 18, 2007
I was in "The Diary of Anne Frank" in high school and the story affects me still to this day. I felt that I was really apart of this story since I played Mrs. Frank for months.
Seeing Anne Frank's attic gave me the sense on enclosure and claustrophobia. There really is a bookcase with stairs behind it. The rooms are so small and narrow it seems impossible for two people to share. Anne Frank's clippings are still on the walls. They are pictures of the celebrities she admired in her time.
No large bags, huge luggage, baby buggies, mobile telephones, making films, or taking photos are allowed, nor are dogs. It is not possible to tour the site in a wheelchair and guide dogs are not allowed.
There is a cafe and a museum store where you can buy postcards, CDs, etc.
Group visits can be arranged. Visit http//www.annefrank.org/content.asp?pid=19&lid=2.
I would HIGHLY recommend this wonderful and educational tour!
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