The National Constitution Center is one of the most interactive history museums in America

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National Constitution Center, Philadelphia

The National Constitution Center is one of the most interactive history museums in America.

The National Constitution Center is one of the most interactive history museums in America. A visit to the museum begins with a performance of 'Freedom Rising,' a 17 minute multimedia presentation about the major themes and origin of the Constitution that runs every half hour. The main exhibition is The Story of We the People which showcases milestones in America's history and the pivotal role of the US Constitution through multimedia and the Living News theater performance. The Signers' Hall has 42 life-size bronze statues of the of the Founding Fathers present at the signing of the Declaration of Independence on September 17, 1787.























About National Constitution Center

 525 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

 +1 215-409-6600

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United States Mint

The US Mint in Philadelphia is the first and largest US Mint in America where coins have been produced since 1792

Philadelphia Christ Church

Christ Church, the first parish of the Anglican church in Pennsylvania, was founded in 1695 and is still active today; the existing building dates from 1744

Christ Church Burial Ground

The Christ Church Burial Ground holds the mortal remains of 7 signers of the Declaration of Independence and five signers of the Constitution, including Benjamin Franklin and George Ross

The African American Museum in Philadelphia

The African American Museum was built to preserve, display, interpret, and celebrate the culture and achievements of African Americans through art, photographs, government records, memorabilia and fashion

National Museum of American Jewish History

The National Museum of American Jewish History showcases the American Jewish experience through history, detailing the stories of Jewish immigrants and the development of their identity

Independence National Historical Park and Visitor's Center

The Independence National Historic Park comprises some of USA's most famous historic sites associated with the American Revolution, including Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Benjamin Franklin's house and grave, and the house in which the Declaration of Independence was written

Liberty Bell Center

The iconic Liberty Bell is an emblem of American Independence, and holds a symbolic place in history as the 'justice bell' that heralded significant events

Independence Hall

The Independence Hall is the highlight of the Independence National Historical Park, the site where the Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776, and where the U

Declaration House

The Declaration House is a recreation of the house built by Jacob Graff in 1775, where Thomas Jefferson rented two rooms and wrote the Declaration of Independence

Betsy Ross House

The Betsy Ross House purpotedly was home to Betsy Ross, who in 1777, sewed by hand the first American flag with its distinctive circle of thirteen stars