About National Constitution Center
The National Constitution Center is a museum dedicated to the history, development and modern meaning of the US Constitution.
Located in Philadelphia, the National Constitution Center tells the story of this historic document, placing it into context including exploring important events in the nation’s past.
From traditional exhibits to films and interactive multimedia presentations, the National Constitution Center looks at the Constitution from a range of angles.
Independence Hall is the site where the The Declaration of Independence (1776) and the Constitution of the United States (1787) were both signed.
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