Admission will be free at the National Constitution Center on Friday in celebration of Constitution Day.
KYW's Karin Phillips reports the day will mark the 223rd anniversary of when the signers of the Constitution of the United States gathered at Independence Hall.
They signed what is the framework of the United States government, becoming the world model of cooperative statesmanship and the art of compromise.
In celebration, there will be free admission and a day of activities at the National Constitution Center.
President and CEO David Eisner.
"The highlight that day is that we're going to be having a program that will go to more than six-million students nationwide, in the classroom, so that teachers and students can join in the discussion about how important our Constitution remains."
For more info, visit constitutioncenter.org.
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