There is a park behind the Independence Hall. It is nice, quiet, beautiful, clean. There are a lot of benches to sit on and relax, admiring nature, listening to birds singing. A good place to take photos.
About Independence National Historical Park
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What a place, you can breathe the history of the USA. Liberty Bell is something exciting. Here make a lot of photos !!!
This is a terrific spot to learn a great deal in a very short period of time! The exhibits en route to the Liberty Bell provide some fascinating facts. There is plenty of space at the end of the hall to take in the bell...More
Went here specifically to see the Liberty Bell. The exhibit is elegantly laid out, with a series of interpretive stations as you move along toward the bell. I was fortunate to be able to go during the week, when there weren't significant crowds, so got...More
We visited the Liberty Bell Complex (Independence National Historical Complex, not to be confused with Independence Hall) on a cool November afternoon. There was a short line-up to go through security but once through there was lots of room. We got tickets for Independence Hall...More
Start at the Visitor Independence Center -- if available, pick up tickets for the Independence Hall East Wing tour immediately. Then check out the display hall and the movies depicting the independence struggle from different perspectives. Then visit the Liberty Bell complex before heading to...More
I just reviewed Independence Hall and now will follow that review up with the Liberty Bell. Fascinating story of both the bell and the discovered graveyard at the site. Philadelphia had so many great historical locations, we wanted to stay longer. We definitely will come...More
My son and I had a great time viewing the liberty bell and Independence Hall. The tour was informative.
There are lot of different things to see and do at the park. Lots of cool buildings. All of the park rangers are full of knowledge and ready to answer whatever questions you have.