We’ve been hosting this thoroughly engaging program at the Museum and now we’re taking it on the road! The theme for the ON THE ROAD! edition is “The Power of You!” Your students will enjoy a full hour of storytelling, art, music, and dance that supports the development of proud and confident children.


Here’s how READ & ROMP ON THE ROAD! works:
Each visit from READ & ROMP ON THE ROAD! is centered around one special story. There are three stories in the series, but you can customize the program to your specific needs by choosing one, two or all three visits.

These are the books we are reading:
• One by Kathryn Otoshi
-includes a a fun, crazy science experiment
• Giraffes Can’t Dance by Giles Andreae
-includes a wild jungle dance party
• I Like Myself by Karen Beaumont
-answers the question: “How can I take care of me?”
This is what each visit includes:
• 2 Read & Romp Educators visit your school/center.
• One full hour of activity is provided, including:
-Themed storytelling
-Hands-on, theme-related project
-Giggle Romp, Dance Romp and Silly Romps

To learn more about having READ & ROMP ON THE ROAD! come to your school or daycare center, please submit the interest form below. Questions, please call our Education Department at 215.925.2800, x111 or email mused@libertymuseum.org

  • Contact Information

  • About our visit to your school

  • If you are requesting fewer than the complete three book series, we will discuss which book(s) you wish us to read when we contact you.
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  • Thank you for your interest in READ & ROMP ON THE ROAD! We will be in touch with you shortly with complete information, including pricing and availability.



Do you know a young person who deserves special recognition?

We are now accepting nominations for our 2019 TD Bank Young Heroes Award. This honor recognizes young people who have taken action to make positive social change in their schools and communities. To learn more and submit a nomination, please click here. The nomination deadline is July 14.

Nominations for the 2019 Awards of Valor are NOW OPEN

This annual awards program, presented by YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALERS, honors police officers, firefighters, EMTs and other emergency responders for extraordinary acts of courage, empathy, and meritorious service. We are now accepting nominations for the 2019 Awards. If you know a person deserving of this special recognition, please tell us about them. The deadline to submit a nomination is July 31,

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Welcome the Stranger Exhibit

Welcome the Stranger, a one-woman exhibit of cast glass, ceramics, and mixed media by artist Micaela Amateau Amato, will be on display in our GlassAccess Gallery from March 9 - June 9, 2019. This collection of works is Amato's interpretation of modern and historic figures who rose like “superheroes” to accept seemingly impossible challenges of liberty. Shown here are cast glass sculptures of Harriet Tubman and Eleanor Roosevelt.

Learn more about this exhibit by clicking here.

Liberty Forum: Firearms

We invite you to join us on Wednesday, May 15 at 7:00pm for the first in this new series that brings attendees from all points of view together. We will discuss the issue of firearms with our Moderator Intersect Alliance, along with invited experts and other participants. Our goal is to provide attendees with the tools needed for moving our conversations on hot button issues, like this, offline and back into human discussions.

Learn more and reserve your place today by clicking here.

Read and Romp

Join us with your little learner, ages 2-6, for Read & Romp, an exciting hour of imaginative storytelling, interactive games, and creative crafts in the Museum’s galleries. Read & Romps are held twice a week, on Monday and Saturday mornings. Learn about the “story of the week” and choose the day that works best for you! Snacks and Museum admission are included.

Check our events calendar for upcoming Read & Romps.

Lila Liberty's Hero Quest

Join Lila Liberty on her quest to spread acceptance and kindness by helping her collect her "Super Hero Gadgets" throughout the Museum. This self-guided experience will encourage your child to understand how qualities like empathy, integrity, responsibility, and courage define what it means to be a Hero.

Lila Liberty’s Hero Quest is available between 12-5:00pm every Saturday and Sunday. It is included in the cost of admission. Learn more.