Audio Tours

A self-guided iPod audio tour is a great complement to your visit. A former president, famous authors, and voices from history give your group special insight into the history and relevance of the U.S. Constitution.

Signers’ Hall Tour

The 42 bronze statues of the Founders in Signers’ Hall come to life during this popular tour, which will transport you to September 17, 1787, when the Constitution was signed. With a special introduction by President George H.W. Bush, the tour offers an exciting way to explore America’s past and the issues that still challenge us today.

We the People Tour

Experience the museum’s main exhibit through the eyes of distinguished historians and curators. Learn more about our artifacts and hear fascinating stories about the struggles and triumphs of Americans throughout our history.

Click here for a preview of the We the People audio tour

Mission: The Oval Office Tour

Using iPods as a secret agent’s gadget, young visitors can scour the museum’s text panels, artifacts, and interactive displays to learn about the presidency. Students are guided by an avatar with the voice of WXPN’s popular Kids Corner radio host, Kathy O’Connell. Recommended for grades 5 – 8.

All audio tours are subject to availability and run approximately 45 minutes.

Audio tours produced with the generous assistance of the Drexel University School of Education. Supported by the Kent Foundation.

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