National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia

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The National Liberty Museum is located at 321 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. It opened to the public in January 2000. The museum states that it is an independent learning and exhibit center supported by visitors, community leaders and foundations.
A 20-foot tall glass art sculpture entitled "Flame of Liberty" created by American sculptor Dale Chihuly is on display at the museum.

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  • A surprise find while we were visiting the Museum of the American Revolution; it’s in the block before. There were several exhibits dedicated to the heros of 9/11; the Liberty flame was phenomenal...  more »
  • The staff were so helpful and kind. Very smart people there. We had fun and will come again soon. Kudos to all involved.  more »
  • Awesome place to bring our kind and youngsters to get them aware. I had great experience here because last time when i visited here i found lot of great stuff. I would like to recommend this place to all .
  • Since this city is full of history & museums... this museum is considered a smaller one. Admission is way cheaper as well. If you have limited time visiting the city, then use your time wisely since there are so many museums in this area.

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