People tend to check in during these times:
You need tickets!!
Lines are crazy long
Pretty cool place! Near the airport - I had an extra 20 minutes in Philadelphia and managed to see the Liberty Bell and Constitutional Hall.
Home of the Second Continental Congress from 1775 to 1783 and the Constitutional Convention in the summer of 1787
Worth the wait!
Historical, easy to get around, fun to walk through all the buildings
Unreal. Easily one of the coolest experiences I've ever had. You HAVE to wait in line and take the tour of the inside. Breathtaking views into history.
Start here and work your way to the rest of the buildings after. The tour is short but full of great information & history.
Pick up your free tix at the Visitors center first! All tours are timed. So get your tix and then head to the Liberty Bell after you've got them while you wait your turn. No tix needed for bell tour.
Impress your fellow tour members with a rendition of your favorite musical number from "1776." I went with "Sit Down, John!"
Tour guides are enthusiastic and engaging! Make sure to get tickets at the visitor center before approaching the building. Daily parking rate underneath was about $20, less if you did hourly.
So - if the visitor's center says it's sold out, go and stand in the line anyway. The Park Rangers let people in if there are open seats
Very peaceful in the park
So much history, great tour!
It's just like to be in the movie #amazing
Get your tickets early. This place never gets old to me. I love walking around here.
A wonderful walk through history.
We took the free tour. The tour ranger was very passionate about the story of Independence Hall, and the tour was short and sweet
Get your free tour tickets early. They can run out by 2pm on busy days. Well worth seeing where it all began.
Great break-up spot.
I expected the tour to be longer and more enriching.
Had a great tour guide
Take a free tour to see where our founding fathers signed the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. Then, the iconic Liberty Bell is just steps away!
Must see get there early to get early tickets they go very quickly.
Amazing to see where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed
Enjoying this historical tour.
Independence Hall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was completed in 1753 and was the principal meeting place for the Second Continental Congress from 1775 to 1783.
Stay out of Nicholas Cage's way; he's in search of treasure.
Go into the museum to have a look up close of the Liberty Bell and learn about its history and meaning
So much interesting history. And all for free. Must visit when you're in Philly.
Worth visiting historical place
You can only get into independence hall with tickets (free!) from the visitor center down the street. They're free, and assign you a time slot for your tour.
One of our National Treasures. Go through security and take the free tour. Park Rangers will discuss rooms with you as well as American History.
In the Assembly Room of this National Historic Site in 1776, the Declaration of Independence was adopted and a new nation was born. Visit the birthplace of America for history and charm.
History. America. Visit and pay your respects.
Just go to the Liberty Bell instead, really long lines here.
Take a free tour!
Check out this piece of history at night for a beautifully eery experience.
You can only go in with a tour group. They like to rush you and get mad when you are a little behind.
Liberty bell is free to get into! (But expect a line)
It's historical and must bee!
Get your tickets for the Independence Hall tour first thing at the Independence Visitors Center.
Excellent park clean and well run. You can be inspired here to be free. Read the plaques and learn how it's a beacon for people wanting freedom.
Found a new country
Beautiful day out there!!!
Where the Earth's location in regards to the sun ceases to have meaning, and Nicholas Cage finds some super nifty glasses that allow you to see more clues on the Declaration of Independence.
Great place and a must see of Philadelphia