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Spread across 20 city blocks in the city's historic district, Independence National Historical Park is the place to go for a better sense of the country's official birthplace. You're bound to wait in some lines; more than 3.5 million visitors come here each year, primarily to see the iconic Independence Hall and Liberty Bell, just two of the 30 sites. At Benjamin Franklin's Museum, take advantage of interactive exhibits to learn about this founding father. While greenspaces allow kids to burn off some energy, you might want to have something on hand to keep them (or you) occupied when it's time to get in line. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Independence National Historical Park by using our Philadelphia online tour planner.
Independence National Historical Park reviews
Was a great experience to see where the founding fathers signed the Declaration of Independence and Constitution. I wish I had more time here to visit the other museums. .
Was a great experience to see where the founding fathers signed the Declaration of Independence and Constitution. I wish I had more time here to visit the other museums. . more »
For many Americans, this is the reason to visit Philadelphia. Liberty Bell and Independence Hall are two household names appearing in every history textbook. Even for foreigners, taking a look at...
For many Americans, this is the reason to visit Philadelphia. Liberty Bell and Independence Hall are two household names appearing in every history textbook. Even for foreigners, taking a look at... more »
A very good place with lot of memories packed in the park. There is always something happening in and around the area. Parking is available near by area , paid parking. We went to the park after the bell and visitor center is closed to enjoy the very large lawn space. It is mesmerizing to watch the independence mall from the park lawn and it is wonderfully large park area. Kids can enjoy lawn and it is too within the urban area. Security should not be an issue due to importance of the area. Nighttime lights on different mall area is very good to watch and for photography. May not be suitable for family after 9 pm due to we felt the smell of green stuff. All in all a must visit place if you are around the area.
I would highly recommend this to be seen by every American at least once. But the tour itself seemed very flatline. For the how important this square is to American history the tour guides didn’t seem to convey this. They take into two rooms. A court room and the assembly room. After the reserved tour. I would recommend experiencing the great essentials building and the capital building as well. I will provide their own reviews.
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