Welcome to Constitutionland's world dedicated to the brilliant, not-so-brilliant, mediocre, and down right crappy Supreme Court Justices who continue to give the Constitution life with their opinions. Located in the center of the park (at the end of Preamble Street) visit the main attraction, a 1/5th replica of the US Supreme Court Building. Inside is an institutional history of the United States Supreme Court. Just behind it, you'll see our most popular attraction...the MARBURY-GO-ROUND...a journey through the life of William Marbury. Be sure to also visit TEXTUALISM, the World of Justices' Jurisprudential Philosophy. You can't miss it...it's the giant book behind the Marbury-Go-Round. Take a picture with Mr. Textualism before you leave! Meet some of your favorite Chief Justices in the (audio-animatronic) flesh at THE HALL OF CHIEF JUSTICES. Do you have a beef with any particular justice? Or is there one justice who you like more than any other and you want the world to know it? Visit RATE MY JUSTICES and get it off your chest.
What child hasn't dreamed of having breakfast with Chief Justice Fred Vinson? In Constitutionland, your dreams come true. Have BREAKFAST WITH THE JUSTICES...enjoy some ham, eggs and Charles Evans Hughes to start your day. While we are on the topic of Supreme Court Justices, you have GOT to see the BEST OF JOHN MARSHALL...a study of the top decisions of the greatest Chief Justice to ever walk on the planet earth. Cases are discussed at various levels and for various age groups...including a special "J.Marsh Wrote It" section for teens.
Are you ready for lunch? Well, the World of Justices features some of the best snacks in Constitutionland. How about a burger at WARREN'S BURGERS? Or a chili dog and fries at FELIX'S FRANKFURTERS? If meat is not your thing try MURPHY'S MEATLESS TREATS...a restaurant with vegetarian alternatives named in honor of our most famous vegetarian Supreme Court Justice, Frank Murphy.
Visit the Marbury-go-Round...an audio-animatronic journey through the life of William Marbury. Enter your "Carbury", a replica of the Supreme Court Bench circa 1804, and prepare yourself to journey back to 1800 and see the world through the eyes of William Marbury...