Bill of Rights Day
Visitors can celebrate the anniversary of the Bill of Rights at the National Constitution Center by viewing a copy of the historic Bill of Rights and learning about the first ten amendments during interactive games and shows. Visitors can also take a special tour of Signers’ Hall to learn about the history of the Bill of Rights and why it was left out of the original U.S. Constitution.
Preamble Scramble and Amendment Match-Up
All Day, Grand Hall Lobby
Visitors can make arts and craft projects and solve puzzles to place the segments of the Constitution’s preamble in the correct order and match up the right freedoms with the correct amendments.
Meet-and-Greets with the Founders
11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Grand Hall Lobby
Visitors can learn some fascinating facts about American history straight from the source!
Bill of Rights Show
12:30 p.m., Grand Hall Lobby
In the fast-paced “Who Wants to Be a ‘Bill-ionaire’?” game show, visitors face off in competition testing their Bill of Rights knowledge while the Center’s educators reveal the history of our nation’s amendments and freedoms.
Bill of Rights Day Museum Tour
1:30 p.m., Meet in Signers’ Hall
Visitors can experience a special Bill of Rights tour of the National Constitution Center’s signature exhibits, including Signers’ Hall and The Story of We the People exhibit, and learn about some of the most famous Bill of Rights-related court cases.