With our online exhibitions, the Museum of the American Revolution continues to uncover and share compelling stories about the diverse people and complex events that sparked America’s ongoing experiment in liberty, equality, and self-government for our digital visitors across the country and around the world.
When Women Lost the VoteA Revolutionary Story
Explore the Museum's When Women Lost the Vote: A Revolutionary Story, 1776-1807 online exhibit to learn the little-known history of the nation’s first women voters and examine the political conflicts that led to their voting rights being stripped away.
Cost of RevolutionThe Life and Death of an Irish Soldier
Follow the story of Irish soldier and artist Richard Mansergh St. George, whose personal trauma and untimely death provide a window into the entangled histories of the American Revolution of 1776 and the Irish Revolution of 1798.
Additional Digital Experiences
Dig deeper into compelling stories and complex events of the American Revolution through these interactive online learning experiences.
Explore the stories of five real people of African descent living in war-torn Virginia in 1781.
Season of Independence
Trace the spread of American support for Independence and learn the perspectives of real men and women on all sides of the debate.
Virtual Museum Tour
Experience the Museum’s award-winning, immersive galleries with our Virtual Museum Tour, featuring 360-degree, high-resolution images and a guided audio tour.
Picturing Washington's Army
Explore rare paintings of the Continental Army at West Point and Verplanck's Point, including the only known wartime image of George Washington's tent.
When Women Lost the Vote Poll Lists
Dive deep into the Museum's discovery of nine poll lists featuring women and free Black voters who cast ballots in New Jersey from 1800 to 1807.