Chattahoochee River//Anne Frank Museum, Sandy Springs, GA
There’s a few things you must do or see when visiting Sandy Springs, and we couldn’t just choose one…The Chattahoochee River & Anne Frank Museum.
A National Recreation Area, The Chattahoochee River spans for about 430 miles. You can float, swim fly fish in the river, or have a picnic or run the trails. It forms half of the Georgia and Alabama border, and parts of Florida.
The famous Anne Frank, although lived in Germany and experienced the Holocaust until 1945, whom kept a diary of her experience which was later published around the world with 80 different languages published. The original museum is in Amsterdam, but there are a number of them in the United States. Learn and remember her story and the life she lived and how the Holocaust impacted the world and its relevance today. This exhibit features over 500 photos to tell the story of Anne with lessons to learn as well as the history made.