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"I was summoned by my country, whose voice I can never hear but with veneration and love..."

-George Washington, First Inaugural Address, 1789

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Get ready! Tickets go on sale this Wednesday at noon.

In the meantime take a peek behind the scenes in this great philly.com article.

Tickets going on sale for Philly's Revolutionary War museum

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Become a Founding Member today and be one of the first to see the Museum at our special Members-Only Preview Weekend on April 15-16, 2017.

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Museum Job Fair

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Happy #ValentinesDay Everyone! <3

From the collection: Revolutionary War-era leather cartridge box embellished with a heart.
Behind the Scenes: Installing the "Siege of Yorktown"

Last week we installed an exceptionally large hand-painted copy of French artist Louis Charles-Auguste Couder’s Siege of Yorktown (1781). This mid-19th-century painting is a copy of the original 1836 Couder painting, which hangs in the Hall of the Battles in the Palace of Versailles. It was commissioned as part of a series of works...
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The abdication of King George?

The Royal Archives #GeorgianPapers Project recently digitized and released over 33,000 papers from the Georgian period. The documents, available online to the public, offer an intimate look at the thoughts and interests of the King who lost America.

George III's draft abdication letter released - BBC News

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Read the Revolution is out!

Separate fact from fiction with this new biography of Francis Marion, the legendary "Swamp Fox."

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Join us on Wednesday, Feb. 22 to be one of the first to book tickets to the brand new Museum of the American Revolution and celebrate George Washington's 285th birthday!

Tickets will go on sale in our lobby at 10:00 am. Everyone who books tickets in person that day will receive a commemorative Grand Opening ticket!

This event is free and open to the public, but please RSVP so that we have...
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Celebrate Washington's Birthday and Purchase Tickets

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The Treaty of Alliance and the Treaty of Amity and Commerce were signed in France #onthisday in 1778.

The Treaty of Alliance between France and the United States was designed to “maintain effectually the liberty, Sovereignty, and independance absolute and unlimited of the said united States….”

Negotiated over several weeks by American diplomats Benjamin Franklin, Silas Deane, and Arthur...
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Tickets go on sale February 22 at noon.

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After years of planning and 500+ hours of conservation work, General George Washington's Headquarters Tent stands again.

Watch the 3 day process unfold in 60 seconds.
Exhibit Update: Washington's Tent Theater

We recently installed one of our most iconic surviving artifacts from the Revolutionary War, the field tent used as General George Washington’s wartime headquarters. Where Washington strategized, wrote dispatches, and made key decisions that would change the course of history

The process to conserve and display this three-dimensional textile has...
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Where George Washington Slept (Perhaps Not Well)

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Learn more about the formation of American citizenship at sea in Nathan Perl-Rosenthal's Citizen Sailors: Becoming American in the Age of Revolution

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#OnThisDay in 1764 John Wilkes was expelled from the House of Commons for the first time.

This porcelain punch bowl was made and decorated in China around 1770 for export to Britain and its American colonies. The design on the exterior of the bowl was intended to poke fun at those who had opposed the English politician John Wilkes (1727-97), a proponent of English civil liberties,...
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Arms of Liberty Punch Bowl | Museum of the American Revolution

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Tonight! The Whitall House/Red Bank Battlefield is hosting a free public meeting featuring archaeological findings related to the October 1777 battle at the site of Fort Mercer at Red Bank Battlefield in National Park, New Jersey.

Public Archeology Meeting

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