Idaho Anne Frank Memorial, Boise
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Idaho Anne Frank Memorial, Boise - Address
Address: 770 S 8th St, Boise, ID 83702, USA
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 07:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
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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.
Idaho Anne Frank Memorial Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Idaho Anne Frank Memorial Opening and Closing Hours
- Can be visited any time of the day.
- Open from dawn to 11 PM.
How To reach Idaho Anne Frank Memorial by Public Transport
- Bus Station- 9th & River
- By Taxi
- By Car
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Good for pictures and a solemn moment. This place offers a still frame in time providing context as to why it is important to stand up to oppression. I go see it two or three times a year. It's easy to get to and has plenty to do around it, like the museums and library.
Words to live by. The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial is worth visiting for inspiration. The messages give hope and warning to us, so that we can make the best decisions in the future. We must learn from the past. There is much to see and read here. Spend some time by the waterfalls and relax. There is a road nearby, so you may not have the peace you're looking for here.
A group of 18 toured the Anne Frank Memorial on June 20, 2017. It was a very hot day and our tour started at 12:15 to 1:00. Our docent - Ann Byron did a excellent job despite the heat and even a larger group as several people joined us. Thank you for your service as a volunteer. I know I will return with not only out of town guests but myself to read all of the writings.
Beautiful. I loved the area and landscaping around the memorial. There is great information available. I love all the dedications around the area. This memorial is a great place to take your family to understand a little bit about humanity. You get a good feeling when you go to a memorial. Absolutely recommend stopping by and enjoying this beautiful site.
A nice place to wander around, read/listen about Anne Frank (listening is available in multiple languages), meditate, get lost in a book, have lunch, and be peaceful.