'We the People' is a mosaic created by Philadelphia artist Jonathan Mandell. The 10 ft. by 6 ft. mosaic features a constitutional theme and was made using various semiprecious stones and minerals. The imagery of the mosaic features the Preamble of the Constitution; the three branches of government, which are set behind mirror so that onlookers can see themselves reflected in government; and a montage of images highlighting the rites of democracy, as well as individuals who advanced the cause of constitutional rights.
Visitors will be able to experience the Center as never before with dynamic, interactive tours featuring iPods that personalize the stories told in both the permanent and traveling exhibits. This tour introduces visitors to the men portrayed in 42 life-sized, bronze statues in the most popular room at the museum, Signers' Hall. Guests will hear the delegates speak as they explore the room and learn what they were thinking after four months of working to create this world-changing document.
Freedom Rising is a 360-degree theatrical production that explains the story of the U.S. Constitution, all narrated by a live actor. Audience members are transported through more than 200 years of constitutional history--from the American Revolution to the Civil War, the Civil Rights movement and other key historic events.