The Liberty Bell, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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The Liberty Bell

Market St, Between 5th St & 6 St

Philadelphia, PA 19106

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(215) 965-2305

http://www.nps.gov/inde/liberty-b

  • 3 mentions in Taking my kids on a historical trip to Philadelphia? Where do I start?

    • Lissa P.

      Lissa P. said, "...It is where all of the main historical attractions are and they'll have all of your tickets and information for the The Liberty Bell, Independence Mall, National Constitution Center and the Betsy Ross House. For a fun historical meal, try the City..." See More

    • Leslie B.

      Leslie B. said, "...can get on and off the bus anywhere you like. The bus originates in the center of old city near the The Liberty Bell, National Constitution Center and all that historic stuff you want to see. You can usually get a good..." See More

    • David M.

      David M. said, "...written, ratified, and signed. There is a great visitors center that will have all the info on the traditional tourist attractions: The Liberty Bell (unfortunately inside now), Independence Hall, Elfreth's Alley, Betsy Ross House, etc. If you have time be sure to visit..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best free things to do in Philly?

    • Kenneth B.

      Kenneth B. said, "...Hey Tammy, like others have mentioned The Liberty Bell is free and same goes with Congress Hall, I loved walking through these places, it's filled with so much history. Chemical Heritage Foundation is free and pretty interesting, there's a lot of unique things..." See More

    • Casey J.

      Casey J. said, "...The more obvious "touristy" things are The Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. My suggestion is to get their early, we waited until later in the day and there was a long wait. Walk through Old City, it's a great way to see some..." See More

  • 1 mention in A Weekend in Philadelphia- Looking to add things to this itinerary

    • Danyelle E.

      Danyelle E. said, "...show you two different areas of the city, and it's really only the price of any food you buy. Or else The Liberty Bell and Independence Hall are both free. You can spend some time atSpruce Street Harbor Park - Philly's finally doing..." See More

  • 1 mention in Good things to do & hidden gems in NYC, DC, Boston & Philadelphia?

    • Sharon N.

      Sharon N. said, "...And as the city where the Declaration of Independence was signed, you have to take then to Independence Mall to see The Liberty Bell and the National Constitution Center. The Ride The Ducks tour are a fun river trip. Google all and Checkout..." See More

  • 1 mention in Transportation/Parking/Lodging in or near Phildelphia

    • Kevin S.

      Kevin S. said, "...garages are less than $30 per day. There are several public garages near (within 2 blocks) the National Constitution Center and The Liberty Bell. One option if you plan to spend the day traversing the city, you may want to consider purchasing..." See More

  • 1 mention in Philly Firstie

    • Mary P.

      Mary P. said, "...Definitely the touristy stuff The Liberty Bell, Independence Mall, Elfreth's Alley and Old City. For a casual Philly style lunch try the Reading Terminal Market. Philadelphia Museum of Art is fabulous! Have a great trip!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Philadelphia visit- need hotel, transportation, and dining advice

    • Jacey & Scott M.

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      Jacey & Scott M. said, "...sandwich with peppers at Di Nic's. Top tourist things: grab a ticket early (purchase in advance) for Independence Hall and the The Liberty Bell. Wander around the cemetery where Ben Franklin is buried-Christ Church Burial Ground. And don't miss the Eastern State..." See More

  • 1 mention in What is there to do in Philly besides eat cheese steaks?

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...I haven't been there yet, but I'm planning my trip next month and am including the United States Mint and the The Liberty Bell. Both are free. :)..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do for the day in Philly?

    • Danyelle E.

      Danyelle E. said, "...You could stick to The Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, both are free and would be a good part day activity. Philly is very walking friendly and you'd be able to walk from your hotel to Old City very easily. In both those..." See More