Please Note: Programs and times subject to change on March 8 and 15
Throughout March, visitors to the National Constitution Center can participate in a variety of events in honor of Women’s History Month. Participate in an array of activities including the exciting program Decoding the Lyrics: “Bad Romance: Women’s Suffrage,” which uses a hit pop song to tell the story of women’s suffrage. Then, take a self-guided tour of the museum’s main exhibition, The Story of We the People, which highlights defining moments in women’s history. Artifact highlights include a judicial robe worn by retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and a collection of artifacts from Susan B. Anthony and the movement for women’s suffrage.
Decoding the Lyrics: “Bad Romance: Women’s Suffrage”
12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Main Exhibit, Domestic Tranquility
History gets a hip twist in this interactive show! Watch Soomo Publishing’s historical, hysterical take on Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” music video—redone to tell the story of the women’s suffrage movement. Then take a closer look at the lyrics and references in the video to learn more about the passage of the 19th Amendment.
Women’s History Self-Guided Tour
Available during regular museum hours Pre-Show Gallery, Main Exhibit and American Spirits
Pick up a handy flier at our Information Desk to take a self-guided museum tour highlighting important moments in women’s history. Featuring:
Giant Game Board Activity
Available during regular museum hours Grand Hall Lobby
As part of our interactive daily programming in March, test your knowledge of women’s history at our Giant Game Board.
*Program times are subject to change. Please check our daily program sheet upon arrival.
Themed Museum Package for Groups: Women of Power
Advance reservations required $14 per person (includes museum admission)
The Women of Power show celebrates extraordinary American women who fought for freedom and equality, including Deborah Sampson, Dolley Madison, Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Susan B. Anthony. Through an interactive, “Guess Who?”-style game (and even some costumes to try on!), the show explores the changing roles of women throughout American history with a special emphasis on the passage of the 19th Amendment. Students will also join in a guided tour of the Center’s main exhibition that highlights the achievements of American women. Teachers will receive pre- and post-lesson plans.