My wife and I went here while on a long weekend in Philly as somewhere to get out of the cold (it was mid January). We (foolishly) paid $12 each for admission before realizing that it was only for the show and that we could have just walked up to the exhibits for free (as there was no gate or ticket-checker at the stairs going up, only for the doors to the show).
Anyway, we watched the show, which was almost upsetting patriotic pro-America propoganda (don't get me wrong, I like our country, but this pro-America post 9/11 bs really gets on my nerves). It lasted about 15 minutes and was narrated by a very melodramatic actress.
After that you're released into the exhibits. These were kind of neat. It traced the history of the country from when the Consitution was written to the present day and pretty much everything was interactive. For example, you can do a survey to see if you were able to vote in certain years, or be videotaped giving the Presidential Oath.
All in all, it was good for about an hour. I don't think I'd do it again,
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