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Plan Your Visit

View our ticket prices, upcoming events, tour options, and more to plan your next visit to the Museum.
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Tips for Visiting

View frequently asked questions about the Museum to help you prepare for your visit.
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Read the Revolution Speaker Series with Vincent Brown

Read the Revolution Speaker Series

The Read the Revolution Speaker Series brings celebrated authors and historians to the Museum for lively, facilitated discussions of their work.
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Adult Groups

Explore the Museum with your social club, retirement community or special interest group. Audio tours, guided tours, private tours and lectures available.
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Read the Revolution

Browse Read the Revolution featuring a curated collection of excerpts from exciting, thought-provoking books about the American Revolution.
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Upcoming Museum Events

Browse all upcoming in-person and virtual events hosted by the Museum of the American Revolution.
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Health & Safety at the Museum

Learn more about the Museum's health and safety protocols for visitors and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Educator Open House

Careers

Explore all open employment opportunities at the Museum and review information on how to apply.
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Explore Eliza Hamilton’s 18th-Century Fashion with a Panel Discussion and Fashion Demonstration

A panel discussion and fashion show on 18th-century women's clothing, the cumulation of the Museum's "Fashioning Eliza" project
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Rare Powder Horn Illuminates Little-Known Story of Gershom Prince and Other Black Soldiers of the Revolutionary War

A powder horn of Black Revolutionary War soldier Gershom Prince, killed at the Battle of Wyoming in Northeastern Pennsylvania, now on display
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