Happy New Year everyone! Today we say good-bye to this past year and welcome 2016—a year that will bring the 229th anniversary of the Constitution! But before the celebrations begin, we thought we would take a minute to explore the fun history and traditions surrounding the New Year’s holiday.
Here is the story of how the United States almost celebrated Independence Day on July 2nd.
For more than 100 years, the Times Square ball drop has been a New Years tradition. Here's how it measures up By the Numbers.
For George, spending this summer in the same city where he spent that historic 1787 summer sure brought back lots of memories.
Test your history knowledge. Just remember, no cheating!
The 19th Amendment, granting women suffrage throughout America, was ratified August 18, 1920. Take our quiz to commemorate the anniversary.
Test your knowledge of American history by taking this quiz.
March 26th marks the birthday of former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and visitors to the National Constitution Center are sending her their best wishes!