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The National Constitution Center is the first and only nonprofit, nonpartisan institution devoted to the U.S. Constitution and its legacy of freedom. Located two blocks from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell in Historic Philadelphia, the Center...more
We heard the word: Be sure to visit and so we did. This museum did not disappoint. To start with, there is a fabulous film and then you can start touring. There are lots of items from the 1700's and audio information. The George Bush...More
I encourage all Philly guests to visit this museum. You don’t realize how fascination the constitution and amendments can be! Very interactive. My favorite parts are the opening presentation; learning if you could have voted in different times; and the hall of signers! But in...More
We primarily went here for the Hamilton exhibit and we were not disappointed. While the initial exhibit room is kind of small there are additional Hamilton items throughout the museum. There is a lot to see there and we enjoyed the Signers Hall also.
This does have a fee to enter ($ 13.50) and does have a 20 minute show about the constitution. There are several rooms that provide the history and origins of our Constitution. There are many displays and interactive stations where you can learn just about...More
This museum is at one end of the green with Independence Hall at the other end and the Visitors Center along the side.
I had heard on NPR about the special Alexander Hamilton exhibit, and I had a few hours to spend in downtown Philly,...More
The museum is very impressive, especially the gallery where they break down each section of the constitution and the amendments. The theater presentation was truly impressive as well. My only complaint was that it was a little pricey, otherwise, I would highly recommend visiting while...More
Need to refresh your enthusiasm and knowledge of our Constitution? This is a good one. The presentation at the beginning of the tour is guaranteed to instill pride and tears to your eyes. The Museum itself it not real large but it is worth checking...More
This is one of the most inspiring museums I have ever seen. They have a room with life sized bronze statutes of the men that signed the Constitution from GW to Ben Franklin to James Madison and Alexander Hamilton. Not to be missed!
We really enjoyed this museum and all of the exhibits. Great history of the constitution as well as our nation to current times. We loved the “Hall of Constitution signers”. Also, very neat gift shop! We visited during the Hamilton exhibit, which was small, but...More
Lots of space but not lots of stuff. Signers hall was fun. And if you have not seen the original constitution in the National Archives in DC, maybe this would be appealing.
The show might be good for someone with little knowledge of our fight...More