The National Constitution Center located in Philadelphia is a little gem that sits down the street from the Philadelphia Visitor's Center. When guests first enter the building, they are treated to a mini live performance using actors, visual and musical displays to highlight the birth of this country into the nation it is today; the show is awe inspiring. Guests then are able to immerse themselves into the different hands-on factions that make us the United States of America." My favorite was the hands-on kiosk where I got to play a judge in the Supreme Court. When my family and I reached the second floor, we were treated to another mini show in which the guests were encouraged to participate. The actors covered all the subjects that are in the news today giving us pro and con sides of the story. The room where the life sized statues of the signers of the Declaration of Independence was humbling. This room held the people who risked their very lives to declare their freedom from English rule. Please visit this museum and then walk across the street to visit the Liberty Bell. You won't be sorry and you'll walk away with a better understanding of who exactly is "We The People."
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