Celebrating its 15th anniversary this July 4th, the National Constitution Center is an interactive museum with countless historical exhibits, entertaining theatrical performances, and original documents of freedom that the entire family can enjoy:
- The new Hamilton Exhibit, which opened in March 2018 following the nationwide obsession with the Broadway hit musical, highlights the competing ideas of Alexander Hamilton and his legendary rivals like James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and Aaron Burr. Throughout the museum are Hamilton Story Stations, an engaging Show in the lobby, and a Trivia game.
- American Treasures: View authentic early drafts of the Constitution and other priceless artifacts from our country’s founding. Signer’s Hall: One of the museum’s most iconic attractions, walk among 42 life-sized bronze statues of the Founding Fathers.
- Reopened after a multimillion dollar renovation and upgrade, “Freedom Rising” in the Sidney Kimmel Theater is a 360-degree live theatrical production that tells the story of the U.S. Constitution and the American quest for freedom, performed every 30 minutes and free with general admission
- Living News: A fast paced, up-close, 25-minute theatrical performance that helps young people to make a personal connection to the Constitution and its relevance in their lives (also free with museum admission)