Civil War Exhibit

The National Constitution Center’s new permanent exhibit, Civil War and Reconstruction: The Battle for Freedom and Equality, is the first in America devoted to exploring how constitutional clashes over slavery set the stage for the Civil War, and how the nation transformed the Constitution after the war to more fully embrace the Declaration of Independence’s promise of liberty and equality.

Hamilton Exhibit

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. [Included with your FREEDOM RISING ticket.]

Freedom Rising

Select your FREEDOM RISING time above. All-day access to the rest of the Center is included with your ticket. The newest exhibit, CIVIL WAR & RECONSTRUCTION: THE BATTLE FOR FREEDOM & EQUALITY, as well as HAMILTON: THE CONSTITUTIONAL CLASHES THAT SHAPED A NATION, THE STORY OF WE THE PEOPLE, CONSTITUTING LIBERTY, and AMERICAN TREASURES, are self-guided, and do not require a designated start time.

Themed - Bill of Rights

Themed - African American History

Themed - The Presidency

Themed - Growing Up in America

Themed - Guided Experience 1

Themed - Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship

Themed - Separation of Powers

Themed - Workshop 1

Workshop - History Detectives

EXP TOUR - Bill of Rights

EXP TOUR - Main Exhibition

EXP TOUR - Leadership

Scout Day

Gallery Talk

Themed - Guided Experience 2

EXP TOUR - Main Exhibition 2

EXP TOUR - Bill of Rights 2

Workshop - Int'l Visitors Council

EXP TOUR - Feature Exhibition

Judge Chats

VIP Tour 1

Museum of the American Revolution

Your joint ticket will provide you with general admission access to the museum’s exhibits including the sweeping film, REVOLUTION!, and the WASHINGTON’S WAR TENT which showcases George Washington’s own headquarters tent.

Hamilton Show

Soldier Talks

EXP TOUR - Lurid Lives of the Founders

EXP TOUR - Lurid Lives of the Founders 2

Fourteen, a Theatrical Performance

Women and the Civil War: The Untold Stories

George Will: The Conservative Sensibility

2019 Annual Supreme Court Review

Members-Only After Hours Tour: Civil War and Reconstruction

Members-Only Guided Tour: Civil War and Reconstruction

FOURTEEN: A Theatrical Performance- Members Preview Event

Join us for a special Members-only performance of the moving theatrical performance FOURTEEN, created in collaboration and consultation with nationally recognized, award-winning artists and scholars for the National Constitution Center. Through dramatic interpretation of original texts, such as Frederick Douglass’s open letter “To My Old Master,” the 30-minute performance will bring to life the leaders, influential figures, and everyday Americans who were central to the era. Limited seating is available; reserve your space today!

Questions about this program? Contact membership coordinator Emily Polhamus at or 215-409-6785.

Bruce Ackerman: Revolutionary Constitutions

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