Featuring the "stories of the brave men and women who overcame their uncertainties about freedom from Great Britain and established our country," the American Independence Museum's tours and exhibits include the Ladd-Gilman House (1721), a National Landmark Property; and the Folsom Tavern (1775). Other exhibits highlight the Society of the Cincinnati, the nation’s oldest veterans’ society, and its first president, George Washington. A permanent collection of documents relating to our nation’s founding include an original Dunlap Broadside of the Declaration of Independence and early drafts of the U.S. Constitution. American furnishings, ceramics, silver, textiles and military memorabilia are part of the museum's permanent collections. Open from mid-May to the last Saturday in October.