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Digital Discovery Carts, Tours, and Case Studies

Can't make it to the Museum or to our Old City neighborhood in Philadelphia? Check out our growing selection of digital resources to visit from anywhere.
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A Revolutionary Summer

Throughout A Revolutionary Summer, the Museum's special events and exhibits offer visitors of all ages the opportunity to explore the American Revolution and its ongoing relevance.
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Visitor Feedback Survey

Thank you for visiting the Museum of the American Revolution, we would love to hear how your experience was, please let us know how we can improve!
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Meet Reverend Burk

Reverend W. Herbert Burk's ambitions to restore and renew the revolutionary hero's importance in American hearts began what is now the Museum of the American Revolution today.
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Living History at Home: Making Rice & Vinegar

Watch as Gallery Interpretation Manager Tyler Putman prepares a simple dish of rice and vinegar that Continental soldier Joseph Plumb Martin remembered having as a Thanksgiving meal.
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True Colours Progress Update: Readying for a Flag Day Weekend Debut

Take a look at the progress of the seamstresses tasked with bringing the True Colours Flag Project to life as we near its Flag Day weekend debut.
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Liberty Exhibit Glossary

This glossary provides definitions that may be useful as you explore the Liberty: Don Troiani's Paintings of the Revolutionary War Teacher Resources, Big Ideas, and Primary Sources.
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AmRev360: Accidental Archaeology with Matt and Melissa Dunphy

Matt and Melissa Dunphy, who became accidental archaeologists in Philadelphia, joined the latest episode of the Museum's AmRev360 series, hosted by President & CEO Dr. R. Scott Stephenson.
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Big Idea 6: Soldiers of African Descent in the Revolutionary War

Learn how soldiers of African descent contributed significantly to the war effort during the Revolutionary War, both on and off the battlefield, through artist Don Troiani's paintings.
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Unit 5: The Forten Family: Abolitionists and Reformers

The purpose of this unit is to explore the issues that James Forten and his family were passionate about and what they did to advance those causes.
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