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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
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I was actually not looking forward to this visit at all. I probably shouldn’t even say that - but my 5th grader is reallly into American history and I knew he would like it. I thought it was so well done. It was really interesting...More
Don't miss the "We the People" theater presentation. Very well done. The rest of the museum is full of interactive displays. You can linger or go through quickly. It is fun to vote in presidential match ups. I had Clinton v Nixon. At present there...More
Love Constitution center and have seen it's great features more than once, would definitely recommend to anyone, however I'd like to thank Liz in the Hamilton exhibit for proclaiming to us that our President Trump is a racist and horrible person and that she hates...More
When you enter, your wristband gets you into the whole exhibit including the one-man show / presentation on the history of the Constitution - not a lecture, but an emotional description of those early days of the Nation. After that = the upstairs exhibit area...More
I was there on Constitution Day as was every grammar school kid in Philadelphia, or so it seemed. However, I found it joyful to see all these kids running around with their chaparones trying to keep the herds in some kind of order. The children...More
We very much enjoyed our time here. The 360 movie was very well done. The set up of the center makes it easy to move thru the timeline (follows the room in a circle). We spent time at each of the stations reading details about...More
I had a friend visiting from Australia. I had one day to show him Philadelphia. We arrived the Constitution Center at 4:30pm. I knew it closed at 5:00pm, but thought we could do a quick spin through it.
The ticket seller was chatting with another...More
Thank James S
Merissa B, Public Relations Manager at National Constitution Center, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Good Afternoon, James. My name is Kristina Marinello. I am the Director of Visitor Experience at the National Constitution Center. I would really like to opportunity to talk more about this experience. If you would like, please reach out to me directly at: Kmarinello@constitutioncenter.org.
I really like this museum. It’s interactive engaging and the spacious environment is inspiring. Enjoy Signers Hall , the Hamilton exhibit and so Much more.
The location is great by the National Independence Park and so much to easily walk to.