PHILADELPHIA, OCT. 11, 2017 — While many people are still hunting for tickets to the smash hit Broadway musical “Hamilton,” prolific author, scholar and Yale historian Dr.
More than 200,000 people fought for American independence during the Revolutionary War. During Veterans Day Weekend, the Museum of the American Revolution will celebrate America’s first veterans as well as those that continue to serve our country today.
This Halloween Weekend, the Museum of the American Revolution will show guests a different side to All Hallow’s Eve for those looking to learn more about what has inspired the current Halloween trends and walk away with a few surprising treats.
It's almost that time of year again! As the holiday season approaches, the Museum of the American Revolution offers a wide range of festive, family-friendly and historically-themed events, from special Veterans Day weekend programs (free for veterans and military!) to a holiday season kick-off featuring a performance from Nutcracker 1776 to author talks by renowned historians.
The Museum of the American Revolution today announced the election of Alan B. Miller, Chairman and CEO of Universal Health Services, Inc., and Daniel M. DiLella, President and CEO of Equus Capital Partners, Ltd., as the newest members of the Museum’s Board of Directors.
On Columbus Day, Monday, Oct. 9, which has recently gained momentum as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, the Museum of the American Revolution will host an evening film premiere event and panel discussion, in partnership with the Oneida Indian Nation, that will explore how history is often oversimplified to remove nuance or omit inconvenient truths.
The British Are Coming Back! Historic Sites Commemorate 240th Anniversary of British Occupation of Philadelphia
This fall, historic sites in Philadelphia will explore the lesser known stories of the Revolutionary War in commemoration of the 240th anniversary of the British occupation of Philadelphia, featuring reenactments, family-friendly activities, walking tours, and more.
Museum of the American Revolution Receives Preservation Planning Award for Washington’s War Tent Project
The Museum of the American Revolution’s years-long process to conserve and display General George Washington’s War Tent, his mobile headquarters throughout most of the Revolutionary War, was awarded a 2017 Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Award in the category of Preservation Planning.
In A Revolution in Color: The World of John Singleton Copley, award-winning author and Harvard University historian Jane Kamensky gives a rich and vibrant account of the American Revolution through the eyes of Boston-born artist John Singleton Copley. On Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 at 6:30 p.m., Kamensky will join the Museum of the American Revolution to discuss her new book as part of the Museum’s Read the Revolution evening author series.
The Museum of the American Revolution’s new “Third Tuesdays: History After Hours” series kicks off on Tuesday, Sept. 19 with extended evening hours from 5 – 8 p.m. on the third Tuesday evening of each month, featuring special themed programs, happy hour food and drink specials, games and trivia, and full access to the Museum’s exhibits.