In-person and virtual discussions that confront key issues that sit at the heart of the American experiment in self-government.
“Heard” explores questions of colonial government, community, and prejudice through the lens of the colonial to the contemporary deaf community.
A series of installations by our Artist Fellows at the Old State House and Old South Meeting House that challenge traditional narratives.
Visit the Old State House and Old South Meeting House with a friendly and knowledgeable guide, or explore at your own pace.
A 90-minute immersive experience for students grade 8 and up developed in partnership with the award-winning education game designers Gigantic Mechanic.
VIDEO: Explore an iconic artifact from the Revolutionary Spaces’ collection and the legacy of what this American relic symbolizes: violence perpetrated in the hallowed halls of Congress.
Revolutionary Spaces is offering free admission on Tuesday, April 19 courtesy of Highland Street Foundation, plus other specials for Vacation Week.
A film series exploring the legacy of protest, representation, and revolution embodied in our historical sites.
APR 7: Join poet and Board Member, Charles Coe, for an evening of poetry, film, and discussion to celebrate Phillis Wheatley Peters.
Revolutionary Spaces is proud to announce that it was recently awarded $7,000 by Americana Corner to support an exhibit to be installed in the Old State House in 2023.