This holiday season, enjoy the “Sounds of the Irish Revolution” with a series of musical performances at the Museum of the American Revolution from Thursday, Dec. 26 – Monday, Dec. 30, 2019. From 2-4 p.m. each day, visitors can enjoy a variety of musical performances featuring traditional and historic Irish tunes in the Museum’s Cross Keys Café. Performances are free and open to the public (no Museum admission necessary).
The Museum of the American Revolution today announced the election of Mark R. Shenkman, Founder, President and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Shenkman Capital, as the newest member of the Museum’s Board of Directors.
The Museum of the American Revolution today announced the hiring of Kim Huskinson as Director of Marketing. Huskinson brings to the Museum more than a decade of experience in strategic marketing and communications, primarily within the arts and culture nonprofit sector.
During Winter Break from Saturday, Dec. 21, 2019 through Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019, visitors to the Museum of the American Revolution can explore the diverse stories of men and women in Pennsylvania and New Jersey who experienced the “Ten Crucial Days.” Visitors of all ages will meet costumed living history interpreters, learn military drills, and enjoy the “Sounds of the Irish Revolution” with free musical performances.
Immerse yourself in the music of 18th-century Dublin on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 from 6–7 p.m. as the musical trio The Practitioners & Ornaments of Musick present “Music Beyond the Fanlight,” an evening concert in the Museum’s elegant Liberty Hall.
The Museum of the American Revolution has earned the Certified Autism Center™ (CAC) designation, granted by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). The certification demonstrates the Museum’s commitment to providing a supportive environment to all guests, including those with autism and other sensory disorders.
The Chest is Now on Display in the Museum’s “War at Sea” Gallery
Event is Part of the Museum’s Popular “Read the Revolution” Speaker Series
FBI Solves 50 Year Cold Case Enabling Revolutionary War Era Firearm To Be Reclaimed And Put On Display
Today, the Museum of the American Revolution and the Pennsylvania Society of Sons of the Revolution and its Color Guard (PSSR) announced an agreement to publicly display a rare Revolutionary era American firearm that has been missing for nearly half a century. The Christian Oerter rifle was acquired by the PSSR in 1963 and placed on loan to the Valley Forge Historical Society.
Comedic Performances, Spanish Language Tours and Happy Hour Specials at Museum of the American Revolution