Wassmuth Center for Human Rights

The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights (formerly the Idaho Human Rights Education Center) is the home ofthe Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial in 2002. Upon its dedication, the New York Times and several nation magazines recognized the Memorial as a “world class” achievement. The Memorial is a compelling outdoor park located along the Boise River that encloses a unique contemplative space for reflection and meditation. The Memorial contains 62 quotes from human rights leaders throughout history; a life-size bronze statue of Anne Frank; and the complete text of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Admission is free, though donations will enable the Center to further its mission of promoting respect for dignity and diversity through education. Hours: dawn to 11 p.m.

Add a review


Select a star to rate.

Note: Comments are limited to 200 words.