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So much history to be learned here. The guides are so knowledgeable, parking is plentiful and the restaurants are numerous! They have an original copy of the Declaration of Independence on display and so may others items to see.
I was in the area and had to check out this piece of our nations history. There is are various murals and displays outside the building and the bell is inside. There was a long line to get in, but it moved very quickly. Being...More
The Liberty Bell is one of those iconic sites that one must see to complete a trip to Philadelphia. Unfortunately we went when the government shutdown was in progress, so the facility was closed. But we could still see the Bell easily through the window,...More
It is amazing to see the Liberty Bell which is an American Icon. When the bell use to travel, people would chip off bits of it & you can see that & how loved this symbol is to many people around the World. A real...More
Liberty Bell Center is a most noteworthy attraction. This is the bell that symbolizes our Nation and is recognized almost throughout the world. Read the plaques and information about our nation's symbol of freedom. But this is only 1/2 of the history; be sure to...More
I had family from out of town visiting so decided to bring them to this famous landmark. Even with the government shut down, Philadelphia was able to keep this opened for all the tourists visiting for the holiday season. All the employees were so pleasant...More
The Liberty Bell has been around for centuries and has been on display for many years. It was used during the 2nd half of the 18th century and initially developed a crack which widened later in the 20th century. It wasn't a significant tool during...More
A must see when in Philadelphia! Exciting to see what we’ve all learned about in American History class! Check ahead online or call for hours. We were lucky it was open today. Has been closed due to government shutdown. Admission was free.
It is really easy to find your way through the historic Philadelphia area. Trail signs mark where to go. We rode the Rail line (SEPTA) from the airport, then walked all over downtown. The Liberty Bell Center is easily accessible. We walked the trail and...More
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Liberty Bell is free and doesn't require a ticket or reservation. Just go whenever you choose. Just remember certain times will be busier than others. We went Saturday late afternoon and it was packed.