Plan your Visit
All the details on getting here: maps, parking, directions, group bus transportation, and public transportation.
What to Expect
How long should I plan to spend at the Center?
The Center features a range of exhibits, live performances, and programs that illuminate constitutional freedoms and immerse you in the extraordinary story of “We the People.” Whether you have 45 minutes or an entire afternoon, you’re guaranteed to be moved by what it means to be American.
What's Included with General Admission?
- A timed ticket to Freedom Rising, an inspiring, 17-minute, multimedia theatrical performance that runs every 30 minutes until an hour before the museum closes
- Admission to The Story of We the People, a dynamic, interactive exhibit
- Admission to the iconic Signers’ Hall, where you can sign the Constitution alongside 42 life-size, bronze statues of the Founding Fathers
- Access to engaging, educational daily museum programs
Who Should Visit the Center?
The National Constitution Center is an essential Historic Philadelphia destination where visitors of all ages and backgrounds can explore the history and relevance of the Constitution, celebrate their freedoms, and embrace their role in the story of "We the People."