Line is long but goes fast! Must see! Liberty is awesome! Few things to read and see before you see the bell!
About Independence National Historical Park
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This is a nice park built around the Liberty bell, well laid out, local facilities and a nice day out to enjoy, lots of information around the centre, free of charge
A must for every American citizen. Tons of history here. The information provided on slavery in America was worth reading and viewing. I will certainly return!
So many interesting, free attractions in just a few blocks! The more you're into history, and the more you're willing to do a bit of reading along the way, the more you'll appreciate this "park". It's not really a park - more of a collection...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our trip to see the Liberty Bell. There is a lot of info to read & the queues were not too bad, maybe because of the heat wave!
The Liberty Hall building, which originally housed the Liberty Bell is located at one end of Independence National Historical Park and both the Liberty Bell Center and Independence Visitors' centre are located too. Near the Visitors Center are the exposed foundations of the President’s House...More
It's interesting how a cracked bell became the symbol of independence. But when you follow the story, it all makes sense. It's a great park. It's free and you learn a lot about the history.