CANADIAN WARPLANE HERITAGE MUSEUM
The story of Anne Frank and her life of hiding in the Secret Annex during the Second World War is a story of perseverance and bravery. Living for almost 2 years in hiding during the Nazi occupation of Holland, she recorded her daily thoughts in a journal. Today, her journal is a testament to the prejudice that was faced by so many during the Holocaust.
The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum is proud to present “Anne Frank- A History for Today” from the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. Featuring the story of Anne Frank and artifacts never before displayed in Canada. The exhibit will also focus on Canada’s role in the Liberation of Holland and the prejudices and discrimination that some Canadians faced, including those in the RCAF.
Time daily: 9:00am – 5:00pm, regular admission rates apply.
Location 9280 Airport Rd., Mount Hope, L0R 1W0
When/Where: 9280 Airport Rd., Mount Hope, L0R 1W0 – March 12- August 28th