Museum of the American Revolution, April 9, 2019 | Departure: 10 a.m.
Travel back in time with RPM on a bus trip to historic Philadelphia to visit the newly built Museum of the American Revolution. Our trip begins with lunch at the Historic City Tavern Restaurant where you will dine on traditional colonial cuisine prepared by James Beard-nominated chef, Walter Staib and his team of chefs. The Historic City Tavern Restaurant was founded in 1773 and served as a local meeting place for many of the Founding Fathers and was the location of the first Fourth of July Celebration in 1777. After lunch we will travel to The Museum of the American Revolution.
We will begin our visit with a highlights tour of the permanent collection. From the early stirrings of unrest in Boston to signing of the Declaration of Independence and the creation of the American Republic, the Museum's core exhibition explores the ideas, events, and legacies of America's revolutionary beginnings.
After the tour guests will attend a special viewing of Washington’s War Tent, the original tent that George Washington used as his command center during the American Revolution. The day will conclude with free time to explore the museum on your own.
Reservations required by March 22. Members $135; Non-Members $165 Includes museum admission, tour, transportation, and lunch Reserve your spot online or call Wendy at 610.371.5850 x223.