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Explore the Museum from Anywhere with Virtual Gallery Tours and More

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Dr. Stephen Brumwell to Present a Provocative Interpretation of Benedict Arnold’s Journey from Hero to Traitor, Jan. 30

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Philadelphia Jazz Project to Perform a Lyrical MLK Celebration, Jan. 18

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Two male adolescents interactive with a digital map in Revolution Place. They are both dressed in Revolutionary-era clothing.

Join a Virtual Playdate for Kids with “History Explorers Club,” Nov. 18

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with Storytelling and More
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Museum of the American Revolution is Temporarily Closed Due to New Citywide COVID-19 Restrictions

Museum of the American Revolution temporarily closed through January 1st, 2021, virtual events will continue.
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Celebrate a Virtual Thanksgiving Weekend with the Museum

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Give the Gift of the Revolution: Holiday Gift Ideas from the Museum of the American Revolution

Shop Revolutionary gift ideas from the Museum of the American Revolution this holiday season.
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Watch (and Learn!) Irish Social Dances at “A Winter’s Ball,” Jan. 21

Fall into step and join in a traditional Irish ceilidh, a social gathering with dancing and storytelling, at A Winter’s Ball
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Philly Improv Theater Brings Hit Show to History After-Hours Event, Nov. 19

Discover how Irish soldier Richard St. George used “comedy” sketching to cope with his life experiences during and after the Revolutionary War at History After Hours.
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Long-Lost Revolutionary War Diary of John Claypoole, Husband of Betsy Ross, Discovered and Donated to Museum

Discovered in a shoebox in a Northern California garage, the long-lost Revolutionary War diary of John Claypoole is now on display at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia.
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