Get an in-depth look at our exhibitions on a private tour with our expert guides.
Explore our main exhibition with a member of our education staff for an in-depth look at Signers’ Hall*, rare artifacts, and interactive displays. Examine the triumphs and tragedies of “We the People,” from the nation’s founding to the present day.
This fascinating tour highlights the leadership styles and winning strategies of influential Americans. Conclude your tour with a round-robin discussion of the Founding Fathers’ leadership tactics.
During this special tour of Signers’ Hall*, you will learn about the crafting, creation, and enduring relevance of the first ten amendments to our Constitution: the Bill of Rights.
Get an insider’s perspective on our feature exhibition with member of our education staff.
Take an up-close look at the museum’s most popular artifacts and historic documents.
Learn about what life was like in America during the 1800s and 1900s. Students use primary source documents and objects to become history detectives.
Students take a closer look at the museum’s rare printing of the Emancipation Proclamation to learn more about its history, the Civil War, and the background of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments.
Your group will discover the history and symbolism of the American flag during a flag etiquette workshop. Students also will learn about famous American icons and how they contribute to our national identity.
*PLEASE NOTE: Signers' Hall will be closed until October 30, 2014.
Get all four audio tours for one low price!
$3 per person plus general admission
Subject to availability
With a special introduction by former President George H.W. Bush, this fascinating audio tour offers an exciting way to learn about America’s Founders and encounter the issues still challenging us today.
Experience the museum’s interactive main exhibition through the eyes of historians and curators. Learn more about our rare artifacts and hear the fascinating stories they tell about the struggles and triumphs of “We the People” throughout American history.
Enhance your experience of the museum’s must-see feature exhibitions! Students will have access to behind-the-scenes details from curators and experts and learn more about how the exhibition’s artifacts illuminate American history.
Students are guided by an avatar with the voice of WXPN’s popular Kids Corner radio show host, Kathy O’Connell. Using their iPods as a secret agent’s gadget, they use the museum’s theatrical performances, text panels, artifacts, and interactive displays to discover interesting facts about the presidency.
Audio tours were produced with generous assistance from Drexel University’s School of Education.