Welcome to the museum of many names, oftentimes called America’s Town Hall, the Headquarters for Civic Education and even the Museum of We the People. Officially the National Constitution Center, this amazingly educational and one-of-a-kind interactive museum is dedicated to the education and history of the United States Constitution, as you may have guessed, and features rare U.S. artifacts and uniquely informative theater performances.
This museum is the first and only institution in America established by Congress to "disseminate information about the U.S. Constitution on a non-partisan basis." At the National Constitution Center you and your group will walk away with an increased awareness and understanding of the Constitution, as well as see hundreds of different exhibits and interactive conversations that will inspire active citizenship in all, by celebrating America and its past and future.
While here, your group can take part in special themed packages, such as field trip-oriented educational courses and tours, or opt to take a guided or self-audio tour of the building. Student groups, field trip classes, adult travel groups, and others can receive special group rates, so be sure to call in advance before visiting. Explore the exhibits, watch an engaging theatrical performances, or set your sights on the original document of freedom. There are several weekly seminars, discussions, courses, and interactive/digital resources to take advantage of, not to mention the amazing onsite Museum Store and Delegates Cafe. Grab some brain food in the form of soup, salad, sandwiches, or of course a Philly Cheesesteak, then head over to the Museum Store to pick up your educational souvenir!