Virtual tour of Anne Frank’s house

Published on April 29th, 2010 | by Admin


To celebrate it’s 50th anniversary, the Anne Frank Museum has created a virtual tour of the house as it was over 60 years ago. Click here to view the tour.

The museum’s 3-D tour is a great tool to keep the public interested in something that is rapidly fading from the world’s collective memory, as, each day, there are fewer survivors of WWII and the Holocaust to tell the tale. The museum enlisted the services of Dutch interactive agency LBi Lost Boys to develop the site, and received funding from the BankGiro Lottery, and the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport in the Netherlands. The Dutch authorities have planned a church service for today to celebrate the museum’s golden jubilee, which will be attended by Queen Beatrix.

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7 Responses to Virtual tour of Anne Frank’s house

  1. Robert says:

    Wow they had to live in such a beautiful place.

  2. adriana west says:

    yes, they did.

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