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An immersive journey through the American Revolution

Museum of the American Revolution
Open Today 10:00 - 17:00
Flexible ticket: cancellable up to 24 hours before visit date (if selected)
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Wheelchair accessible
Audio guide: English
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  • Explore the history and legacy of the American Revolution in the heart of historic Philadelphia
  • Wonder at over 500 revolutionary artifacts including weapons, clothes, photographs and artwork
  • Enjoy detailed galleries and interactive exhibits, including a recreation of a Liberty Tree and a privateer ship


When Women Lost the Vote: A Revolutionary Story, 1776-1801
Oct 2, 2020  - Apr 25, 2021

Almost two centuries before the US suffrage movement, women and free people of color had already gained and lost the right to vote. Follow the trail of America's tenuous democracy by learning about the 'The New Jersey exception' that was a widespread experiment in gender equality – or an unintended loophole – that allowed women to vote long before the 19th Amendment.

The evidence of women's political engagement between the 1700s and 1800s is scant, but irrefutable. See documents like poll lists bearing women voters' names, as well as textiles, manuscripts, and works of art that tell the stories of these pioneering women and free people. Find out about the chaotic events that put a stop to New Jersey's seemingly progressive political landscape, which included men who donned dresses to vote multiple times.

The New Jersey exception marks a moment in history when women began to be thought of as political beings. The fact that the women's vote was lost for almost another 200 years serves as a reminder of the fragility of our right to vote – a right many take for granted in the 21st century, often when it is most needed.


Without the revolutionaries, the Philly cheesesteak would be plain-old English scones. The Land of the Free owes its existence to the American Revolution of 1765–1783.

The Museum of the American Revolution adds to Philadelphia's rich historical landscape, exploring the patriots' against-all-odds journey from insurrection to independence. Learn about the Boston Tea Party, key battles, and the historic penning of the constitution on this interactive ride through American history!

Steps away from Independence Hall, the museum houses an unrivaled collection of Revolution-era items, but it's much more than muskets and military dress. Marvel at weapons, personal items, documents, and stunning works of art as you learn about the founding fathers and other famous rebels.

Immersive galleries, powerful theater experiences, and interactive exhibits give the story some 21st-century flair. From George Washington's restored field tent to a reproduction of a giant Liberty Tree where the roots of rebellion first grew, the museum provides detailed exhibits that will intrigue adults and kids alike.


What's included

Admission to the museum and all exhibits
15-minute museum orientation film
Special exhibitions (when applicable)
Audio Tour of the museum's core exhibition in English

What's not included

Guided tour (available for an extra fee – please check museum website for details)
Lockers (available for a small fee)

Amendment policy

  • Changes may be possible for this ticket


  • Skip the ticketing desk and scan your smartphone ticket directly at the entrance
  • You can use your ticket on the day you booked or the following day


Opening hours

Museum of the American Revolution
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00

How to get there

Museum of the American Revolution
101 South Third Street, PA 19106, Philadelphia
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Ratings & reviews

based on 1 reviews
Feb 10, 2020
Great. I was very annoyed with one of the school groups that was there. However, noticing how patient the group leaders were....I was instantly impressed with their handling of the children.

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