This was a family trip which was nice. We got to learn about the history of the United States. Kids enjoyed this outing.
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I know this is an iconic spot in American history - this building is such an important part of who and what we are. But as a destination, it was average at best, and really, a bit of a disappointment. First, the good news -...More
You have to see the place and the room where our founding fathers came together to not only publish the Declaration of Independence but years later to write the constitution and establish the greatest nation on earth. Great tour, a little short with a rather...More
Whats not to like you get to stand in the same place where we decided we had enough and declared or indepenence from Britian.Pro tip go online and reserve your tickets early they sell out fast during the busy season.Allow yourself 2 to 3 full...More
I had looked online and noticed that the tickets for the 25 minute Independence Hall tour were timed so we got in line at 8:15 AM. The line was already around the corner of the building but once they opened the doors at 8:30 the...More
The guide in the left room was fairly monotonous, but the guide in the other room, where the debates actually took place and Hancock's president chair is located, loved his job and made things very interesting. Great job on feeling like you've really stepped back...More
The Liberty Bell is something that has been read about by many. This is the opportunity to see it in person. You will NOT be disappointed.
This is defiantly a stop if you are visiting the Philadelphia area. I live about 1/2 hour outside of Philly and have been there at least 4-5 times. Don't miss it.
Free admission to the Liberty Bell. We found a parking garage across the street (same building as the outdoor Beer Garden). $14/hour parking. Find a spot near a one flight stairs up to the street level to the Beer Garden. Then just walk across the...More