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Private Tour: STTI Alpha Xi Chapter

A private group tour of the Anne Frank Center.

By Anne Frank Center

When and where

Date and time

Wednesday, May 24 · 10:30am - 12pm EDT


Anne Frank Center 1731 College Street Barringer House Columbia, SC 29208

About this event

Anne Frank: A History for Today Exhibition

The Anne Frank: A History for Today Exhibition is a new, permanent exhibit at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC.

The exhibit explores the life and legacy of Anne Frank by sharing quotes, photos, videos, and original artifacts to represent the experience of Anne’s family as they hid in the Secret Annex.

Schedule your guided tour today!

This exhibit is open to the public and ideal for anyone at least 12 years of age. All tours are guided and require advance registration via Eventbrite.

Private Guided Tours

Thank you for reserving a Guided Tour of the Anne Frank Center! Please share this sign up link with each member of your party and ask them to register.

Each visitor must register and receive a unique ticket. Electronic or printed tickets are accepted at the door.

*All patrons must register in advance on Eventbrite to visit the Anne Frank Center.*

Practical information


The Anne Frank Center is located on the corner of Barnwell Street and College Street at 1731 College Street, Columbia, SC 29208.


Our partner, the Anne Frank House, offers an introductory 28-minute video suitable for most ages. Viewing it in advance is not necessary, though it can enrich your visit.


We have a suggested donation of $10 per guest. We have a donation box to receive cash and checks on site. Checks can be made to "University of South Carolina". You may also make your contribution online at Tours are offered complimentary to UofSC students, faculty and staff.

Age Recommendation

We recommend children under the age of 12 refrain from visiting the exhibit as much of the material can be disturbing for young children.

Security Procedures

Our team will unlock the front door to welcome the visiting patrons at the designated tour time. Please have identification (driver's license, Carolina Card) handy for staff to confirm your visit. Per university campus event policy, no bags can be brought into the Anne Frank Center.


Please allow time to park and walk, as parking can be scarce on campus. When classes are in session, patrons may have to walk several blocks.

Accessibility and Accommodations

We are eager to support patrons with any accommodations that can improve their experience. The Anne Frank Center is wheelchair accessible, and can add extra seating to the exhibition rooms if standing for prolonged periods (25+ mins) is difficult.

Please indicate on your registration if you have handicap accessibility or additional seating needs. We are happy to accommodate!

About the Anne Frank Center

The Anne Frank Center at the University of South Carolina is the official U.S. Partner of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, and the only partner site in North America.

The Anne Frank Center brings to life the story of the young Jewish girl who – in the pages of her world-renowned diary – documented two years of hiding in German-occupied Amsterdam during World War II.

By sharing Anne's legacy with visitors, students and teachers, the Anne Frank Center seeks to inspire our commitment to never be bystanders but instead to stand up together against antisemitism, bigotry and inequality wherever it may exist today. |

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