The National Constitution Center is the Museum of We the People, America's Town Hall, and a civic education headquarters dedicated to non-partisan constitutional education and debate.
Opening Party for Speaking Out for Equality Enjoy an evening filled with food, cocktails, and live musical performances by the Philadelphia Voices of Pride and the Bearded Ladies Cabaret. You won’t want to miss this spectacular event to celebrate the opening of Speaking Out for Equality: The Constitution, Gay Rights, and the Supreme Court.
The threats to privacy in our digital age are well known, but what is the solution? Join experts Danielle Keats Citron and Marc Rotenberg as they offer insights into the most critical privacy, data protection, and surveillance questions of our time. Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderates.
Three exciting new tools for the Center’s onsite and online visitors show how constitutions are written globally – and how they can be revised.
The new Constituting Liberty exhibition, featuring a rare copy of the Bill of Rights, is open at the National Constitution Center. Read all about how its special features can benefit visitors, educators and students.
National Constitution Center president Jeffrey Rosen is joined by University of North Carolina professor Michael Gerhardt to answer reader questions about the Supreme Court and other matters.
John Hancock and his signature are two of the best-known elements related to the Declaration of Independence. But how much do you know about the former president of the Continental Congress?
The Constitution Center is proud to display an American treasure: one of the 12 surviving copies of the Bill of Rights.
See more than 70 intimate photographs and iconic images of President John F. Kennedy, his wife, Jacqueline, and their children, Caroline and John Jr. — photos that helped create the legend of the Kennedy presidency.
Created in partnership with the William Way LGBT Community Center, Speaking Out for Equality: The Constitution, Gay Rights, and the Supreme Court utilizes pivotal court cases to relay the constitutional evolution of LGBT rights, from the first gay rights demonstration in front of Independence Hall 50 years ago to now