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The National Constitution Center is the first and only nonprofit, nonpartisan institution devoted to the U.S. Constitution and its legacy of freedom. Located two blocks from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell in Historic Philadelphia, the Center...more
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I was looking forward to seeing the Center but found the majority of the exhibits tired looking with little use of the current technology that would allow them to come to life. The National Park Service needs to update this one.
As luck would have it, we visited Philadelphia on September 17th, Constitution Day. The National Constitution Center was free to visit and there were at least a thousand students from various schools visiting that day. It was noisy and crowded, especially in the Signers' Hall....More
I was lucky to catch the Civil War special exhibition but even without it - the place is impressive ! Do not miss special live show at the entrance and visit the shop. I wanted to leave them feedback but they seemed not to have...More
"National Constitution Center" might not sound like a super fun place to spend an afternoon, but it is a surprisingly interesting museum. I'm not sure that young children would enjoy it, but teens and adults will enjoy the experience. The museum is unique for several...More
This was a stop on a recent visit to Philadelphia. They are having a Civil War and Reconstruction theme going on right now. The exhibits are very educational. They have games and activities to help educate. The gift shop is really great.
The main exhibit in the Constitution Center is awesome. Lots of hands on learning and games. Signers Hall is awesome as well. However, the smaller special exhibits are broad with their history and terrible. Hamilton and the Civil War/Reconstruction were the two exhibits there when...More
As a Brit with little knowledge of the constitution this is an eye opening look at the drafting and signing of the document. Kept (relatively) up to date with how it has come into play throughout history. Very easy to follow with someone with limited...More
Response from katsusanna | Reviewed this property |
Yes, I agree with the others. It's an easy walk. We walked everywhere, between the historic district, City Centre, Rittenhouse Square, etc.. You will enjoy hearing and seeing the Wanamaker Organ! It was a highlight for... More
Yes, I agree with the others. It's an easy walk. We walked everywhere, between the historic district, City Centre, Rittenhouse Square, etc.. You will enjoy hearing and seeing the Wanamaker Organ! It was a highlight for us!
Response from NCCMarketing | Property representative |
Hi Barb, Its a short, scenic, 5-minute walk through independence Mall to get from the National Constitution Center to the Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell is less than two blocks away, and you can check out Independence... More
Hi Barb, Its a short, scenic, 5-minute walk through independence Mall to get from the National Constitution Center to the Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell is less than two blocks away, and you can check out Independence Visitor Center on your way!