Educational museum devoted to study of the US Constitution
Opportunity to admire a printed copy of the living documents
Signers' Hall, 42 life-size statues of the Founding Fathers
Interactive theatrical performance called Freedom Rising
Exhibits like Hamilton and American Treasures
What's included, what's not
Admission to the National Constitution Center
What you can expect
Learn the history of the United States Constitution with admission to the National Constitution Center, a state-of-the-art museum and interactive space. Peruse fascinating exhibits including a multimedia performance called Freedom Rising which brings the Constitution—and its illustrious past—into modern context.
Head to the Independence Mall and venture inside the National Constitution Center, with its trove of artefacts dating back to 1776. Your full-day admission grants you access to all of the museum's captivating exhibits. Begin in Signers' Hall, a vast room with 42 life-size bronze statues of the United States Founding Fathers. Choose to snap a selfie with Alexander Hamilton in the illustrious alcove that allows photographs before moving on.
From Signers' Hall, pass by the black robe of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, before settling into plush theatre seats to watch Freedom Rising, a live production that leads you through the lineage of the US Constitution. Then, check out an exhibit entitled The Story of We the People where you can hope to catch sight of the first public printing of the Constitution.
Explore Hamilton: The Constitutional Clashes That Shaped a Nation, the national Constitution Center's compelling new exhibit which highlights the competing ideas of Alexander Hamilton and his legendary rivals. Open NOW through December 31, 2019.