Staying at home is important right now, but we know it can be challenging, especially if you have children. So take a break and treat yourself to a socially distant spring break! The Museum of the American Revolution’s Virtual Spring Break, sponsored by PECO, starts today and runs through Friday, April 17, with a line-up of choose-your-own virtual adventures including make-at-home craft activities using household items, virtual story time, living history demonstrations for all ages, and more.
Enjoy the Museum from Anywhere
Virtual Spring Break is just the latest addition to the Museum’s growing collection of free Digital Resources for all ages. While the Museum of the American Revolution is currently closed to the public, you can explore the Museum and its content from anywhere with resources including a Virtual Museum Tour, a Virtual Field Trip, a rich archive of Read the Revolution book talks and excerpts, a digitized collection of the Museum’s art and artifacts, and more.
With kids now being schooled at home, parents and educators are accessing our online resources as never before, with virtual visitation increasing more than 1000% in the past few weeks. We hope you will share these resources with your colleagues and families – your support helps make this work possible! To keep up with our latest digital offerings and get your daily dose of surprising stories, be sure to follow the Museum on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
Thank You for Your Partnership
As our nation seeks sources of unity and strength, the Museum’s mission is more important than ever. And at this critical time, we are more grateful than ever to our partners and donors for your generous support. We hope you’ll take a peek at our just-released annual report to see how your investment fuels this mission and helps ensure that the promise of the American Revolution endures.