Our First Amendment Rights are the freedoms that are guaranteed to us in the United States Constitution. Basically, they are actions that we should always be allowed to take, as long as it’s safe. There are 5 First Amendment Rights: Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Press, Freedom of Assembly, and Freedom of Petition.
If you want to #LiveLikeAHero, you’ll need to learn about your First Amendment Rights! Think of them as your superpowers: they help you to take action so that everyone can have liberty! But remember, with great power comes great responsibility. So, complete the activities below to learn how to use your First Amendment superpowers responsibly!
Join us on Saturday, Sunday & Monday, January 16-18, for a full weekend of family-fun virtual programs –complete with story time, an art demonstration, and even a call to action– to honor the life, memory, and work of Martin Luther King, Jr.
You'll find complete information on our Programs for Kids & Families page.
The Museum is asking for help in an important audience research study. The goal of this study is to understand how people became part of the NLM community; how they engage with NLM through programs and exhibitions; and how we can best serve you in the future.
As a token of our appreciation for participating in this research program, if you choose, your email address will be entered into a drawing for a $100 VISA gift card.
Click here to participate in our survey.
The National Liberty Museum celebrated its 14th annual Teacher as Hero Award sponsored by State Farm® with a Virtual Awards Ceremony on Saturday, September 24. The ceremony honored 10 inspiring teachers who make a difference in the lives of their students. To mark the occasion, State Farm Representatives, National Liberty Museum leadership, friends and family gathered via Zoom to celebrate the accomplishments of these exceptional educators.
Learn their stories here.