We passed by this museum on our first visit back on Memorial Day weekend. Being part of the CityPass we decided to stop by before seeing the Liberty Bell. Wasn't too disappointed. Very much a museum for families with elementary aged kids...
The Freedom Rising presentation was very moving and informative - though we wished it could have been done in a manner to address very recent Supreme Court (SCOTUS) decisions. The Constitution is a fluid document that SCOTUS addresses as needed; as well as Congress with amendments. As Freedom Rising addressed.
It was the 1968 exhibit that drew me in. I was 10 yo at the time - it was my coming of age. A time that I really took note and remembered of the events of the world around me. For those of us that remember 1968, a somber trip through time. And for those that don't there are docents to help lead talk about various parts of the 1968 exhibit.
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