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Alongside trained Museum educators, student groups will discover stories of our nation’s founding brought to life in exciting and unique ways. From the stirrings of unrest in colonial Boston to the ratification of the Constitution, the revolution will become real for students who will explore its ideals and challenges firsthand.
Over the course of this program, students in Grades 4 – 12 will:
- Learn about the primary causes of the American Revolution and the major events of the war
- Follow the stories of Revolutionary War era soldiers, sailors, civilians, women, children, free and enslaved African Americans, Loyalists, and Revolutionaries
- Witness authentic Revolutionary weapons and equipment and experience immersive environments, tableau with life-sized figures, and first and third person interpretation
- Stand beneath a full-scale replica of the Boston Liberty Tree and discuss Revolutionary ideals
- Climb aboard a privateer ship and learn about how the war was fought on both land and sea
- Experience the 12-minute Washington's War Tent film that brings to life General Washington's extraordinary leadership and reveals the tent that was his field headquarters
Additional amenities to enhance your visit:
- On-site bus arrival and departure located in front of the Museum on 3rd Street
- Pre and Post Visit Materials
- Museum store
- Conveniently located one block from Independence National Historical Park and two blocks from Independence Hall
Packages available with:
- National Constitution Center
- One Liberty Observation Deck
- Historic Philadelphia, Inc.