All American Celebration on the Mall

All American Celebration on the Mall

EXTENDED HOURS: Tuesday, July 2, 2013, 9:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. Event Admission: Admission to the museum on July 2 is FREE courtesy of Wawa

Join the National Constitution Center as we celebrate our milestone 10th anniversary as the Museum of We the People and present an All-American Celebration on the Mall. The big day will be jam-packed with festive activities and fascinating programs for all ages and interests. Plus, museum admission is FREE courtesy of Wawa as the city celebrates Wawa Hoagie Day, part of Wawa Welcome America! The day’s events include:

Wawa Hoagie Day Exhibits and Programs:  9:30 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Wawa Hoagie Day is “Life, Liberty, & the Pursuit of Deliciousness” at its finest as 4.5 tons of hoagies will be assembled at the National Constitution Center and served free to thousands of people outside the Independence Visitor Center on Independence Mall. Join in this patriotic event as Wawa salutes our military, fire, and police. The National Constitution Center will offer free museum admission to all visitors on July 2, courtesy of Wawa, as well as special programs, live musical performances, and an exhibition on the history of the hoagie. (Note: For your free Wawa hoagie, stop by the Independence Visitor Center lawn between noon and 2 p.m.) For a full schedule, visit

Finding the Founders:  10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Visit the National Constitution Center and neighboring sites throughout Historic Philadelphia to join fascinating conversations with scholars, who will share their insights on equality and freedom through the lens of the American Revolution. The program will provide an expanded understanding of Independence Day—one that sees the holiday as both a celebration and an acknowledgment of America’s ongoing struggle to achieve the ideals expressed in the nation’s founding documents. For a full schedule, visit

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All American Celebration on the Mall
Event Category: Festivals
When: July 2, 2013
Time: 9:30am - 8:00pm
Where: National Constitution Center
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