Journey from the American Revolution to the birth of "We the People" with a joint ticket valid for general admission at the National Constitution Center and the Museum of the American Revolution!

To redeem FAMILY PACK Discount, enter two (2) adult and two (2) youth tickets below.

Select Date Below:


Saturday December 3

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1. National Constitution Center

General Admission


The National Constitution Center is welcoming visitors in accordance with local, state, and federal health agencies. For more information, see Our Commitment to Health and Safety


The museum is currently open and operational Wednesday – Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. 


Select your ENTRY DATE AND TIME above. Your ticket will include access to our main exhibit and newest exhibits, THE 19TH AMENDMENT: HOW WOMEN WON THE VOTE and CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION: THE BATTLE FOR FREEDOM AND EQUALITY, as well as the iconic SIGNERS’ HALL. Showings of FREEDOM RISING, the 17-minute theatrical performance, will run every hour starting at 10:15 a.m.


MEMBERS AND 1787 SOCIETY: Please SIGN IN to receive your discount. Discounts will be applied after you have added items to your cart.


BOOK YOUR GROUP OF 15 OR MORE TODAY! To make a group reservation, call group sales at 215.409.6800, email or complete one of our online request forms



2. Museum of the American Revolution (ticket valid all day)

Museum of the American Revolution (ticket valid all day)

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


10:00 AM  –  5:00 PM

3. National Constitution Center - Civil War Exhibit (no need to select time)

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.