Spring Break: Forged in Philadelphia
What skills went into making a Revolutionary firearm? Take a closer look at a reproduction firearm to learn about a blacksmith’s business.
Tableu Talk: Revolutionary Women
Join a museum educator for a free thirty-minute gallery tour. This program highlights the stories of the women who supported Congress or the King, cast musket balls and sewed flags, carride their children and followed the armies, and fought for and against the Revolutionary Cause.
Spring Break at the Museum
Two hundred and forty years ago, in the spring of 1778, the Continental Army and its followers were preparing to leave Valley Forge and march into an uncertain future. This spring break, join educators everyday at 11:00 am as they demonstrate activities and crafts from the Revolutionary period, including shoemaking, tailoring, fencing, and the work of the men and women who supported the armies.