Idaho Anne Frank Memorial476 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
- Address: 770 S 8th St, Boise, ID 83702, USA, United States
- Timings: 07:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Memorial, Family And Kids
More of an educational park, the place was brought to life in 2002 to increase awareness among people regarding human rights issues. The sublime surrounding it is known for has been inspired by the life of Anne Frank which is evident in the beautiful bronze statue standing splendidly in the park and relaying her thoughts to the world. Alongside that, there numerous quotes and sayings of other exemplary influentials inscribed in the walls of memorial for tourists to read and introspect. The serenity that the park exhibits only adds more charm to its ambience bespeaking the stories and tragedies of humanity.
Entrance Ticket Details For Idaho Anne Frank Memorial
- Entry is free.
Idaho Anne Frank Memorial Hours
- Can be visited any time of the day.
- Open from dawn to 11 PM.
How to Reach Idaho Anne Frank Memorial
- Bus Station- 9th & River
- By Taxi
- By Car
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94.82% of people who visit Boise include Idaho Anne Frank Memorial in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
48.06% of people start their Idaho Anne Frank Memorial visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Idaho Anne Frank Memorial
94.64% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Idaho Anne Frank Memorial
Idaho Anne Frank Memorial Reviews & Ratings
If you really want to think about the impact of your life and the difference you can make this is a great place to be. You come to appreciate your rights and privileges and gain an understanding of what others have gone through. Definitely a must see if you're in Boise
My family visited from Toronto. My sister and her son just made a fuss about how great this place is. Her husband is Jewish, so human rights is really close to home. They read all the plaques and came away with a deeper understanding of people who have contributed to human kind from many ages and counties.
Nice little park/memorial in the heart of Boise. Everyone should take about 30 minutes out of their vacation, and come here. The art, quotes, and history you can learn here is very humbling.
A lot to see and learn. Tour guide had additional information to share Very interesting
Beautiful Memorial. I am a photographer and there are lots of nice areas for photos. By the greenbelt. One down fall, and not to sound mean, but there are a lot of homeless near by.