The world-famous Anne Frank: a History for Today touring exhibition reaches Nantyglo Leisure Centre, Blaenau, Gwent in April. This is only its second visit to Wales. A programme of school projects, events and a special drama for schools commissioned from a Dutch playwright has been put together. Running alongside it will be a display on the antiSemitic riots that took place in Tredegar in 1911. Tel: 01495 315055.
The Grand Turk, the replica 18th-century vessel from television's Hornblower and Longitude dramas, is dropping anchor at 14 UK ports between May and August as part of the National Trust's Coast Show, which is raising funds towards the Neptune Coastline Campaign. Visitors will be able to see many aspects of life on the ocean waves interpreted by costumed characters from the past. Admission: pound;4 adults, pound;2 children. Tel: 020 8315 1111.
FREE FOR ALL "We Will Remember Them", a free CD-Rom featuring the two World Wars and other conflicts since 1945, the role of women in war and current events such as the Balkans and Northern Ireland crises, has been produced by the Royal British Legion. It includes previously unseen video footage from 1914-92. Key stage 2-4 pupils and their teachers click on to "timelines" to explore events for a particular year. Other free materials are also available. Tel: Hilary Evans, 0207 973 7274 (limit of two per school).