An interactive at the base of a large sculpture reveals the creators and concepts behind it—and provides access to the great depth of content the sculpture contains.

The McCormick Tribune Freedom Museum is the nation’s first museum dedicated to the freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment.

Visitors are invited to become a part of the exhibit by recording their thoughts on freedom for all to see and hear.

Three timely examples of government censorship challenge visitors to consider if it is always a bad thing.

These four installations present hypothetical scenarios that visitors might encounter in their communities and challenges them to make decisions about the limits to freedom they will tolerate.

Four polling stations ask visitors where they would draw the line on freedom of expression in dozens of cases related to hate speech, indecency, violence, and wartime censorship.