This multi-generational exhibit at the National Constitution Center focuses on one of the most pivotal years in U.S. history. The collection highlights prominent events in the politics, arts, music, and social culture of the time, and includes artifacts such as a funeral program for Martin Luther King, Jr.; a replica of the Apollo 8 command module and a reconstructed Huey helicopter used in the Vietnam War. The exhibit runs from June 14 to Sept. 2 at the National Constitution Center. General admission is $17.50 for adults, $16 for seniors and students, $11 for children (ages 4-12), and free for all active military personnel and children 3 and under. During the exhibit's opening week, all visitors born in 1968 will receive free admission. For more information, call 215-409-6700.
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