We The People

Start Date
May 24, 2024
About We The People Exhitbit

We the People is a colonial-themed exhibit with items from the American Revolution and the founding of the United States of America. Authentic newspapers detailing the Proclamation of 1763, the Stamp Act of 1765, and the Tea Act of 1773 set the stage for the visitor as they discover the turbulent times leading to revolution. The exhibit also contains a colonial home with furniture and objects that a typical family would have used. Honoring the men who created this country, the exhibit also contains items from former Presidents such as George Washington and James Madison.

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9:30–6:00, Monday Until 8:00

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2270 S Real Camino Lake California

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