Visit the Museum of the American Revolution and learn about the American Revolution. Check out the many exhibits that uncover the stories of the diverse people and events that started America's tryst with liberty, self-government, and equality.
The museum was opened to the public in April 2017, the 242nd anniversary of the first battles of the war, at Lexington and Concord. It houses several thousand artworks, sculptures, weapons, textiles, manuscripts, and rare books placed in permanent and special galleries.
The Museum of the American Revolution is spread across 118,000 square feet and has thousands of exhibits and artifacts. It usually takes up to three to four hours to properly tour the entire museum.
You can take photographs and videos for noncommercial use only in the Museum and exhibitions. Flash photography is not permitted in the museum. The use of tripods, monopods, and selfie sticks is also not permitted at any time for the safety of other visitors.