Culture Club Tours the National Archives

Our guided tour of the National Archives is Friday, April 29th at 9:45 am (arrive at 9:30 am for check-in).  The tour is one hour and covers the Public Vaults Permanent Exhibit Gallery and the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom. Guided Tour reservation holders use the Special Events entrance enter near the corner at 7th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW. The building is at the Archives-Navy Memorial Metro station and it is also on the DC Circulator Bus - National Mall route.  
After the tour, plan on another 30 minutes to visit the changing exhibit in the Lawrence F. O'Brien Gallery. "Amending America:" It is possible to amend the Constitution, but it’s not easy. Only 27 times—out of more than 11,000 tries—have Americans reached consensus to amend the Constitution. Explore the National Archives’ new exhibit “Amending America” to discover the remarkably American story of how we amended, or attempted to amend, our Constitution in order to form a more perfect union. The 3,000 square foot exhibit includes petitions, interactives, landmark documents, and political cartoons addressing issues including child labor, prayer in schools, free speech, suffrage, civil rights, and more.
Reserve your space for this tour by contacting Cynthia at  We have reservations for 15 people.  The reservation fee is $1.50 per person.  RSVP - first come, first serve, but no later than April 22nd.  I will send Paypal information to those who RSVP to collect for the reservation feeds. 
April 29, 2016 at 9:30am - 12:30pm
National Archives
700 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington , DC 20408
United States
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Carolyn Kulisheck ·

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