A Revolutionary Summer
A Revolutionary Summer events have now passed. Check out our Fall at the Museum programs!
Explore More at the Museum
Family-friendly exhibits and activities around the Museum give visitors of all ages the opportunity to explore what freedom means.
Revolution PlaceOpen Saturdays & Sundays, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
True Colours & Washington Standard ProjectsFlags were on display from Flag Day through Labor Day
Learn more about the process of recreating and the history behind the flags flown by 18th-century ships at sea during the Revolutionary War with the Museum's True Colours Flag Project.
Explore Historic Philadelphia
Make the Museum your first stop in historic Philadelphia before exploring Revolutionary history throughout the city.
Ride Philly PHLASHDaily Service Ran Memorial Day Weekend Through Labor Day
The Philly PHLASH Downtown Loop is an affordable, visitor-friendly public transit service managed by the Independence Visitor Center, which provides access to 19 stops located near must-see attractions, from Penn's Landing to Fairmount Park. Don't forget to stop at the Museum — Stop 16!
Explore Old City
The Museum's Old City Philadelphia neighborhood is known as America’s most historic square mile. Whether you come to experience Old City as a visitor, a resident, or a business person, you’ll find resources on Old City District's website to help you discover and get involved in this charming, creative, multi-layered district.
From the Museum Shop
Shop these staff picks from the Museum Shop to have yourself a Revolutionary summer!
American Flag Socks$12.99
Step out into the world in style with a pair of bold red, white, and blue American flag socks. You can rock them with your favorite pair of dress shoes or with your summer sandals, if you so choose (we promise we won't judge!).
American Flag Cap$29.99
Seriously, though, what dad wouldn't want to wear this Stars and Stripes ballcap?
Liberty: Don Troiani's Paintings on the Revolutionary War$29.95
The book serves as catalog for the exhibit of Don Troiani’s work at the Museum, highlights the most pivotal events of America’s fight for independence and reveals Troiani’s research-based artistic process.