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Groups of 15 or more receive discounted admission to the museum’s must-see exhibits and exclusive access to tours, packages, and programs. Your group is guaranteed a memorable, interactive museum experience.
For questions about group visits, contact Gina Romanelli, director of group sales, at [email protected].
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Contact Group Sales at 215.409.6800 or email [email protected].
Experience our exhibits and artifacts up-close on a tour with our expert guides. Get an in-depth look the Constitutional Conenvention of 1787 on a Signers Hall tour; explore what many call the nation’s the “Second Founding” on the Civil War and Reconstruction Exhibit Tour; and learn how women won the vote on a 19th Amendment Exhibit Tour.Learn More
Your National Constitution Center experience doesn’t have to end with the main exhibit—enhance your visit by touring a feature exhibit. The museum’s must-see feature exhibits offer fresh, in-depth views of the extraordinary story of “We the People.” Your group will enjoy innovative, interactive displays and activities; learn more about fascinating subjects; and come away inspired by the Constitution and its legacy of freedom.Learn More
School groups will receive copies of our student guide, The Path to Responsible Citizenship, which provides an engaging way for students to experience the main exhibit. Guides are available for elementary, middle, and high school students.
The Center’s NEW Virtual Museum Experience includes signature features of the on-site experience. Participants can join from the classroom or from home through a secure Zoom link, accessible from a home computer, laptop, or phone.
Highlights include LIVE interactive tours of key spaces including the iconic Signers’ Hall; the Civil War and Reconstruction exhibit, featuring over 100 artifacts; and our newest exhibit, The 19th Amendment: How Women Won the Vote.