The book The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank is an account of a girl living during the Holocaust – literature that affects readers of all ages. For example, while you may have read this book as a an adult, you may find that your child is reading it during middle school. For those interested in taking a deeper look into the life of this brave child, the life of her family, and what was occurring in the world around them on a broader scope, this event will offer a unique look.

About the Event

This event is entitled Anne Frank: A History For Today, which will include an exhibit held at the Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance. You will learn more about her experience through information about the Holocaust through the eyes of Anne Frank and her family, while examining ideas about ethnicity, religion, culture, politics, and more.

Event Date and Time

You may attend this exhibit from January 9, 2016 through May 31, 2016 during museum hours, including the following:

  • Monday through Friday: 9:30am through 5pm
  • Saturday and Sunday: 11am through 5pm

Event Location

This event will take place at the Dallas Holocaust Museum for Education and Tolerance, located at the following address:

211 N. Record St. Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75202-3361

Event Admission

Admission to the museum and exhibit varies:

  • Adults: $10 per person
  • Seniors, Students, Active Military: $8 per person

Contact Information

For more information about the museum or the event, you may call (214) 741-7500.