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Celebrate American History

Celebrate American History

Discover the integral role the U.S. Constitution played in our nation’s founding

The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia brings together people of all ages and perspectives, across America and around the world, to learn about, debate, and celebrate the greatest vision of human freedom in history, the U.S. Constitution. Visit the museum in person for an immersive field trip and discover rare artifacts and interactive showcases inspired by the U.S. Constitution, or experience the museum online through live online tours, interactive programs and classes. Through interactive exhibits, rare artifacts and live theater, the Center brings the Constitution to life.

The Story of We the People Exhibit Photo courtesy of the National Constitution Center


The Story of We the People Exhibit. Photo courtesy of the National Constitution Center

Bring the Museum into Your Classroom

After your visit, bring the National Constitution Center into your classroom. Museum resources include an online Interactive Constitution and drawing on primary source documents from the curated online Founders’ Library— containing over 170 historical texts and over 70 landmark Supreme Court cases selected by experts—students can study the historical and philosophical foundations of America’s founding principles from a diverse range of voices.

Signers' Hall Photo courtesy of the National Constitution Center


Signers’ Hall Photo courtesy of the National Constitution Center

This must-see museum is located at 525 Arch Street just steps from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, making it a magnificent field trip destination. Groups of 15 students or more receive discounted admission rates to premier exhibits, history tours, and educational programs.

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