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Shop & Dine

Learn more about the Cross Keys Café and Museum Shop located on the first floor of the Museum.
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#GivingTuesday

Your gift to the Museum of the American Revolution provides general operating support for exhibitions, events, and educational programs.
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Symbols of a Developing American Republic

Explore symbols of the republic on objects and artifacts found in the Museum's gallery on the New York Campaign.
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Big Idea 2: Decision-Making and Civic Engagement in Revolutionary America

How were the people of British North America governed, and how did they protest to make there voices heard?
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Big Idea 4: Support for Independence

Trace how the idea of gaining independence rose through colonies, even as tensions rose and support became more dangerous.
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Big Idea 7: Remembering the Veterans of the Revolutionary War

Learn how we have remembered, celebrated, and honored the diverse range of veterans who fought in the Revolutionary War.
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Liberty Society

Learn more about creating a lasting legacy that upholds the importance of the ongoing American Revolution through planned giving.
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Resources & Opportunities for Educators

The Museum of the American Revolution supports teachers with access to engaging educational resources and effective professional development opportunities.
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At Home Crafts & Activities

Check out a selection of historically inspired crafts and activities below that families can make and do at home.
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200th Edition Museum Staff Picks Reading List includes A People’s History of the American Revolution by Ray Raphael; John Adams by David McCullough; Never Caught by Erica Armstrong Dunbar; American Revolutions: A Continental History 1750-1804 by Alan Taylor; The Shoemaker and the Tea Party by Alfred F. Young; and Spies in the Continental Capital by John A. Nagy. The books are stacked on top of one another on a wooden bench outside on a sunny day. The books and the bench are in clear view while the background is blurred.

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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