Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Museum of the American Revolution

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Address:
101 S. 3rd St., Philadelphia, PA
Directions:
In the historic downtown district. Entrance is on the east side of S. 3rd St. just south of its intersection with Chestnut St.
Hours:
Summer daily 9:30-6, off-season 10-5 (Call to verify)
Phone:
215-253-6731
Admission:
Adults $19.
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Museum of the American Revolution
One exhibit features a statue of King George III, accompanied by a dummy Patriot holding a coil of rope, inviting visitors to join the Revolution by yanking down the king. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [07/15/2018]

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Museum Of The American Revolution

State-of-the-art museum includes a ten-minute movie whose screen raises to reveal George Washington's tent (No photos of the tent allowed). It also has multiple interactive exhibits. It's filled with numerous authentic pieces from the Revolutionary War.

[John Francis, 07/15/2018]

The sacred tent exhibit is a new variant of the old "George Washington Slept Here" plaques and historical markers.

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