Our group of three adults thoroughly enjoyed our recent visit here. This attraction does a great job of interpreting the American Revolution. I especially liked the galleries that told the story of the impact of the Revolution on a number of different individuals (men and women, freemen and slaves, and even one white woman captured and raised by Native Americans). These stories were all retold based on recorded documentation of their experiences at the time. It made the American Revolution come to life for me in a way that I had not anticipated. The museum has several galleries and many artifacts. There is also a film to view. Outside, there is a recreation of a 1780's farm depicting how Americans lived during the Revolutionary era, as well as a Continental Army encampment where we watched historical interpreters demonstrate artillery of the era. We spent 1/2 day here, but easily could have spent more. It is well done.
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