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Walking towards Independence Hall, we came across this excellent statue representing one of the original ‘Signers” Of the Declaration and the Constitution. Stop and enjoy the sculpture, it is full of movement.
I love Philadelphia. I love art. I love public parks. I love small. This sculpture and it's location tick all the right boxes for me. Yet this is one of the most underwhelming spots in the historic area.
The landscaping needs work, the pedestal is...More
Sitting in a nice little park area in the shadows of Independence Hall, the Signer statue promotes the power of self government. The brave 56 signers were willing to give up there fortunes, and very possibly their lives for this cause.
The Signer statue was inspired by George Clymer, who signed important documents such as the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution. It's co-located with the site of the Gilbert Stuart House (painter of Washington's image used on the one dollar bill), in Signer's Park...More
Philadelphia is full of nice little parks. This one is close to Independence Hall. Nice for sitting outside and enjoying the passers-by. The statue is little generic, but a good reminder where you are.