Anne Frank Museum – Now Online

The Anne Frank Museum has just launched an online initiative that allows visitors to tour the small enclosure from their home computers. It’s a wonderful educational tool for anyone who teaches the touching story of this young girl.

If you have not visited the website for the Anne Frank House, I highly encourage you to do so. It has some amazing content and now, with the addition of the online tour, opens it up to people who would otherwise be unable to experience this cramped and tiny apartment.

Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart.

7 thoughts on “Anne Frank Museum – Now Online

    1. Jennifer Lockett Post author

      Ummm… aren’t you in education? Shouldn’t you be able to use your millions for a first class European tour?

      In all seriousness, this is truly a great alternative to those with financial or time or other barriers to traveling to the Netherlands. It’s a great little museum and I love the fact that it is all online!

    2. Jennifer Lockett Post author

      I forgot to mention that the one thing this online tour doesn’t truly give you is an appreciation for is how incredibly *small* the apartment was. I mean, it made my college dorm room look roomy and housed up to ten people. Unless you’re physically inside of it, you don’t really understand.

    1. Jennifer Lockett Post author

      I recommend using them to do the small stitching on your shoes. Machines just can’t replace a mal-nourished child when it comes to stitching those hard to reach places.

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