On Law Day, May 1, Americans reflect on the role of law in the foundation of the country and to recognize its importance for society—at the National Constitution Center we celebrate the highest law in the land: The U.S. Constitution.
Celebrate In you Classroom
- Watch our “14th Amendment” episode of Constitution Hall Pass
- Log on to our Interactive Constitution and explore essays on 14th Amendment, written by scholars from across the political spectrum!
- With our newest featured lesson plan students will investigate the Supreme Court's interpretation of the 14th Amendment in the years after its ratification.
- From our archives: Watch our 2016 Town Hall discussion on the history and legacy of the 14th Amendment
Celebrate at the Museum
This Law Day, celebrate the highest Law in the land—The U.S. Constitution!
Founding Fathers, Founding Documents Tour
Learn about the men who were at the convention, and summer they spent creating our Constitution.
Bill of Rights Show
Richard and Helen DeVos Exhibit Hall; Domestic Tranquility
Who wants to be a “Bill”-ionaire? In the museum’s fast-paced game show, visitors face off in a fun competition testing their Bill of Rights knowledge while an engaging host reveals the real deal about our amendments and freedoms.
Preamble Scramble and Amendment Match-Up
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Grand Hall Lobby
At activities tables, kids can make arts and craft projects, and also solve puzzles! They will race against their friends as they place the segments of the Constitution’s preamble in the correct order, or match up the right freedoms with the correct amendments.