This is a great facility. The play at the beginning of the tour is great and gets you ready for the rest of the museum. There is loads to see and do! You can sign the declaration, read the oath, amongst lots of fun activities....More
About National Constitution Center
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“We the People …” The inscription “We the People” is boldly engraved on the facade of the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. These are ominous words, and the Center provides many displays to bring them alive. During a recent visit I wondered about their origin...More
The 18-minute presentation in the Kimmel Theater is something every American should see in their lifetime. The Signers Hall was also breathtaking.
It feels too much at first. Lots of touch screens and trivia. The fun comes at the expense of the serious. I would like more about the Reconstruction and the election controversy of 2000.
This is a really cool history museum is huge and well worth the time to explore it. There's a lot of interactive exhibits that make it more kid friendly.
The attraction was definitely aimed at Americans and does not necessarily consider that foreign people are among the guests. Has a lot of proclaimations that America is the best country in the world, has a perfect justice system and electoral system, etc. Better for people...More
The Constitution Center exceeded my expectations! The introductory experience with the live presenter set the experience off to a great start, and I really enjoyed the exhibits. The temporary ones were much better/newer (obviously) than the permanent ones--wish I'd spent more time with them than...More
This was a really cool experience - we learned a lot, got to stand by life sized statues of the founders of our constitution, and really enjoyed this visit! Definitely would recommend this to families with children as it was a very interactive place!
Very large museum with some interesting exhibits. Hands on exhibits testing your knowledge were a nice touch. Worth the trip.
We initially had no intention of visiting this, as our time in Philadelphia was extremely limited, but the lady at the visitor's center recommended it (and mentioned that tickets on MLK day were only $5 (I think they are normally $15)) It was amazing! You...More