Bellevue City Hall hosts a traveling exhibition called “Anne Frank – A History for Today,” on the first-floor concourse. The multi-panel, traveling exhibition shares the history of the Holocaust and World War II through the eyes of the famous diarist and her family.
The self-guided exhibit is free to the public and is a collaboration with the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, the Consulate General of the Netherlands in San Francisco and the Holocaust Center for Humanity in Seattle.
Anne’s story is one of discrimination and exclusion, but also of hope, determination and inspiration. The themes in her story still prevail today.