The Museum of the American Revolution tells the complete story of the American Revolution using its distinguished collection of objects, artifacts, artwork, and manuscripts. Permanent and special exhibition galleries, theaters, and large-scale tableaux bring to life the original “greatest generation,” and engage people in the history and continuing relevance of the American Revolution. The Museum is located steps away from Independence Hall, Carpenter’s Hall, Franklin Court, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the Revolution. It serves as a portal to the nation’s many Revolutionary sites, sparking interest, providing context and encouraging explorations that begin at the Museum’s doorstep.
The National Liberty Museum brings Liberty to life through stories of people whose character and courage have expanded liberty for all in order to educate and inspire visitors to think about liberty as an ongoing human quest.
The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) encourages international artists at all stages of their careers to experiment with new materials and media in a veritable living laboratory working with studio staff, educators and apprentices. Through its renowned Artist-in-Residence Program, FWM’s collaborative process continues to build a collection and archive that preserve and document the course of artistic production from inspiration to realization. An ambitious program of exhibitions and publications, a dynamic website, and wide-ranging educational programming enhance FWM’s commitment to conveying a story of contemporary art that highlights process with finished works of art for a broad national and international audience.