The historical center opened on 3 May 1960. It saves the concealing spot, has a perpetual show on the life and times of Anne Frank, and has a presentation space for all types of mistreatment and segregation. The Anne Frank House is a building which is situated on a trench called the Prinsengracht, near the Westerkerk, in focal Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Citations from the journal, authentic reports, photos, film pictures, and unique questions that had a place with those sequestered from everything and the aides represent the occasions that occurred here.
Anne's unique journal and different scratch pad are in plain view in the exhibition hall. In the sight and sound space, guests can go on a "virtual excursion" through the Anne Frank House, getting to foundation data about the general population sequestered from everything and World War Two. A contemporary display is introduced in the presentation lobby.