Independence Hall

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Center City East, Philadelphia
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    "where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution"(18 Tips)
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    "get a free tour ticket from the visitor's center."(15 Tips)
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    "Then, the iconic Liberty Bell is just steps away!"(9 Tips)
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  • Morris C.
    I very much enjoyed my visit there.
  • Apostolos S.
    Apostolos SamarasSeptember 29
    Awesome free tour where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed. So much to see and learn.
  • Christopher M.
    Very short tour of only two rooms but a cool look back in time!
  • Alex R.
    Alex RuzzarinFebruary 22
    Gooooooood place
  • Jeiran H.
    Jeiran HasanJanuary 10
    Not worth it. You will not learn anything new and the guides were so bored.
  • Justin K.
    Justin KopepasahDecember 5, 2016
    Before you come here, head to the visitor center and grab your ticket.
  • Justin K.
    Justin KopepasahDecember 5, 2016
    Quite a historic area.
  • Shivan S.
    Shivan SarnaDecember 5, 2016
    Free tours! Pick up your tickets at the visitor center. At the center, stop to hear a tale from the storyteller at the bench.
  • Daniel M.
    Daniel Marco FernandezOctober 30, 2016
    The building is not so beautiful but the history it has tho...
  • Thomas G.
    Thomas GloyOctober 25, 2016
    The declaration of independence and the constitution was signed here. Go on the free tour.
  • Lillian R.
    Lillian RodriguezSeptember 23, 2016
    For me, as a student of History..it was experiencing the epicenter of the formation of our great nation
  • Ellen G.
    Ellen GodfreyAugust 30, 2016
    No admission fee, but you must have a ticket. Get there early because there are a limited number of tickets.
  • Robb B.
    Robb BogoslowskiAugust 22, 2016
    History of the declaration of independence
  • Kathryn T.
    Kathryn Teter FerrelAugust 21, 2016
    Be sure to pick up ticket at visitors center, not at the hall. Great parking at visitors center.#independencehall #visitphilly
  • B.J. E.
    B.J. EllisMay 19, 2016
    Don't cross the street to take a picture dummy.
  • angela g.
    angela gaylorMarch 1, 2016
    Pretty neat, but then they guard told me everything was burned by the British, so these were just "imaginary setups". :(
  • John D.
    John DuncanFebruary 23, 2016
    Who doesn't like Freedom?
  • A S.
    A SFebruary 21, 2016
    If the weather's good, laze around on the park in front of the Hall! Great for people watching with a bit of quiet.
  • Samantha M.
    Samantha MuilenburgJanuary 17, 2016
    Tour is a must. Guide was amazing, left feeling super patriotic.
  • Darryl L.
    Darryl LawlerDecember 1, 2015
    You need tickets!!
  • Rodrigo A.
    Rodrigo ArtaviaNovember 29, 2015
    Lines are crazy long
  • Mitch
    MitchNovember 11, 2015
    Pretty cool place! Near the airport - I had an extra 20 minutes in Philadelphia and managed to see the Liberty Bell and Constitutional Hall.
  • Andrew F.
    Andrew FurmanNovember 5, 2015
    Home of the Second Continental Congress from 1775 to 1783 and the Constitutional Convention in the summer of 1787
  • Thanasis
    ThanasisNovember 2, 2015
    Worth the wait!
  • Candice R.
    Candice RiveraOctober 29, 2015
    Historical, easy to get around, fun to walk through all the buildings
  • Colin N.
    Colin NelsonSeptember 16, 2015
    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.
  • Marialexandra
    MarialexandraSeptember 3, 2015
    Start here and work your way to the rest of the buildings after. The tour is short but full of great information & history.
  • Eric H.
    Eric HighlandAugust 31, 2015
    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.
  • Jake S.
    Jake SmithAugust 26, 2015
    Impress your fellow tour members with a rendition of your favorite musical number from "1776." I went with "Sit Down, John!"
  • Nick S.
    Nick SweetmanAugust 17, 2015
    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.
  • @HeyJK
    @HeyJKAugust 4, 2015
    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
  • Griffin S.
    Griffin ShrevesAugust 3, 2015
    Very peaceful in the park
  • DM
    DMJuly 17, 2015
    It's just like to be in the movie #amazing
  • Brett G.
    Brett GarwoodJuly 11, 2015
    Get your tickets early. This place never gets old to me. I love walking around here.
  • Jeffrey M.
    Jeffrey MillerJuly 9, 2015
    A wonderful walk through history.
  • Leah N.
    Leah NeiraJuly 2, 2015
    We took the free tour. The tour ranger was very passionate about the story of Independence Hall, and the tour was short and sweet
  • Mark B.
    Mark BJune 17, 2015
    Get your free tour tickets early. They can run out by 2pm on busy days. Well worth seeing where it all began.
  • Nicko M.
    Nicko M.May 22, 2015
    Great break-up spot.
  • Amanda L.
    Amanda LeliiMay 13, 2015
    Historic area!
  • Colin H.
    Colin HarneyMay 8, 2015
    I expected the tour to be longer and more enriching.
  • Niels S.
    Niels SwimbergheApril 20, 2015
    Had a great tour guide
  • Lucia L.
    Lucia LiApril 14, 2015
    Historical site!
  • visitPA
    visitPAApril 13, 2015
    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!
  • James C.
    James CApril 11, 2015
    Must see get there early to get early tickets they go very quickly.
  • Jason
    JasonMarch 21, 2015
    Amazing to see where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed
  • Janis R.
    Janis RinkMarch 15, 2015
    Enjoying this historical tour.
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonMarch 11, 2015
    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.
  • Mii K.
    Mii KiiFebruary 11, 2015
    Stay out of Nicholas Cage's way; he's in search of treasure.
  • Alex L.
    Alex Lazo VasquezJanuary 14, 2015
    Go into the museum to have a look up close of the Liberty Bell and learn about its history and meaning
  • Gilles B.
    Gilles BoeykensDecember 13, 2014
    So much interesting history. And all for free. Must visit when you're in Philly.
  • Ovgu C.
    Ovgu C. O.November 3, 2014
    Worth visiting historical place
  • Angelica D.
    Angelica DongalloOctober 31, 2014
    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.
  • Richard R.
    Richard RevillaOctober 23, 2014
    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.
  • visitPA
    visitPASeptember 29, 2014
    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.
  • Ben L.
    Ben LohmannSeptember 24, 2014
    History. America. Visit and pay your respects.
  • Louis G.
    Louis GardinoSeptember 15, 2014
    Just go to the Liberty Bell instead, really long lines here.
  • Daniel K.
    Daniel KemperSeptember 3, 2014
    Take a free tour!
  • Patrick L.
    Patrick LewisAugust 31, 2014
    Check out this piece of history at night for a beautifully eery experience.
  • Jimmy K.
    Jimmy KastnerAugust 26, 2014
    You can only go in with a tour group. They like to rush you and get mad when you are a little behind.
  • Sam O.
    Sam Od1eAugust 24, 2014
    Liberty bell is free to get into! (But expect a line)
  • Dirty B.
    Dirty BirdAugust 9, 2014
    It's historical and must bee!
  • ISEPTAPHILLY
    ISEPTAPHILLYJuly 2, 2014
    Get here on SEPTA. Take the Market-Frankford Line to 5th Street or ride Bus Routes 17, 21, 33, 38, 44, 47 or 48. Read more
  • Micah M.
    Micah MMay 27, 2014
    Get your tickets for the Independence Hall tour first thing at the Independence Visitors Center.
  • Tariq H.
    Tariq HossenbuxMay 17, 2014
    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.
  • Daniel S.
    Daniel SalinasMay 12, 2014
    Found a new country
  • Nathaniel H.
    Nathaniel HardyMarch 22, 2014
    Beautiful day out there!!!
  • Tim P.
    Tim PateJanuary 13, 2014
    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.
  • Henggao C.
    Henggao CaiDecember 29, 2013
    Great place and a must see of Philadelphia
  • greg p.
    greg pDecember 21, 2013
    Come when the tourists don't...and you get to go upstairs.
  • Triquetra 3.
    Triquetra 331November 6, 2013
    Can't wait to see it
  • Lorenzo R.
    Lorenzo RodriguezNovember 3, 2013
    Revered site at which they penned the 1996 hit film, Independence Day.
  • Derek D.
    Derek DukesOctober 8, 2013
    Closed. Thanks Bohener!
  • Christine E.
    Christine EnglandOctober 8, 2013
    It's closed due to govt closing
  • Angela T.
    Angela TourangeauSeptember 25, 2013
    What a wonderful tour!! So neat to see all of that history!
  • Marsha S.
    Marsha SwansonSeptember 14, 2013
    After you finish the tour here walk a couple blocks down Chestnut street to Jones restaurant. Great place for brunch.
  • Tia W.
    Tia WareSeptember 8, 2013
    Philly full with lots of History to explore
  • Melissa
    MelissaAugust 27, 2013
    Enjoy lunch in the park!
  • Neill C.
    Neill CaldwellAugust 26, 2013
    Get timed ticket at the Visitors Center and walk across to the tour start at 5th & Chestnut. Tour is remarkably low-key, leaving the setting as the main focus as it should be.
  • Noah K.
    Noah KochAugust 25, 2013
    Really well kept up park. Also the signed the Constitution and whatever here.
  • Terry T.
    Terry TerronesAugust 5, 2013
    The sense of history hear is fantastic. And it's free!
  • Julia P.
    Julia PileJuly 29, 2013
    Order tour tickets ahead if time on the park services website.
  • Julia P.
    Julia PileJuly 29, 2013
    Holly our Park Ranger did a really nice job with the tour.
  • Cat T.
    Cat TuckerJuly 28, 2013
    Kyle the tour guide is hot!!
  • Greg Z.
    Greg ZimmermanJuly 24, 2013
    Get tickets at visitors center; can't buy them at Independence Hall.
  • Kafuru
    KafuruJuly 19, 2013
    Try to get your tickets as soon as possible during times of the year when it's busy, otherwise you will have to try to get squeezed in if they run out.
  • Steve D.
    Steve DeanJuly 18, 2013
    see historical stuff - liberty bell, declaration of independence, etc.
  • Fred G.
    Fred GloverJuly 13, 2013
    Awesome, awesome place! I never get bored of coming here!
  • Robert S.
    Robert SantuciJuly 6, 2013
    Beautiful building
  • LoriPA
    LoriPAJuly 5, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Get your free tickets FIRST at the Visitors Center on Market St. BEFORE going thru security check at the Hall. It's really not that hard to understand, people.
  • Thomas J.
    Thomas JeffersonJuly 1, 2013
    Been here 100+ times
    The Declaration of Independence —written by Thomas Jefferson & amended by the Continental Congress— was approved here on July 4, 1776. Jefferson often visits in the 21st Century, so keep an eye out!
  • ToryBurch
    ToryBurchJune 25, 2013
    Brush up on your American history in Philly. Commune with the founding fathers here.
  • Remi L.
    Remi LaiJune 24, 2013
    Buy a poncho at the visitor center across the street on a rainy day!
  • Joy L.
    Joy LundahlJune 23, 2013
    If they are out of tickets wait in line anyway and if there are empty seats they will wave you in
  • Jordan S.
    Jordan SmithJune 21, 2013
    Everything is free!
  • US National Archives
    Come to Independence Hall to relive the historical moments where the founding fathers first drafted the Declaration of Independence this Fourth of July! Take a look at this display from 1776! Read more
  • Chad M.
    Chad MurrayJune 2, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    The best photo with a group at Independence Hall is taken from outside before you go in through security.
  • Mike B.
    Mike BurbieMay 20, 2013
    The line for the Liberty Bell is ridiculous!
  • Rick M.
    Rick MasonMay 4, 2013
    Get your FREE timed ticket at Independence Visitor Center. Very educational.
  • Jennifer H.
    Jennifer HaveyMay 4, 2013
    Make sure you find your correct tour group. We got confused and ended up with a school group. Luckily they had enough room for us. Unluckily, it was a school group.
  • Tracy A.
    Tracy AApril 28, 2013
    Great! The tour guide was very energetic!
  • David M.
    David Mikel 😜😎March 29, 2013
    great to visit a place where history was made
  • Joziel T.
    Joziel TimBetaLabMarch 25, 2013
    Rodolfo Fernandes / RN
  • Kristen S.
    Kristen SweeneyFebruary 17, 2013
    Tour Independence Hall.
  • Kristen S.
    Kristen SweeneyFebruary 16, 2013
    Head down to the historic part of town and check out a series of sites to learn more about America's birthplace. Get a (free) timed ticket at the Visitor's Center at 6th & Market to take a tour..
  • Steven J.
    Steven JohnstonFebruary 13, 2013
    January and February chance of going to the second floor not during the busy season.
  • Rick L.
    Rick LopezJanuary 19, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Pennsylvania State House
  • TJ
    TJJanuary 5, 2013
    Tickets are not required if the tour is taken in Jan or Feb.
  • Josh C.
    Josh ChanDecember 30, 2012
    Gus is a bomb tour guide.
  • Big D.
    Big DSeptember 13, 2012
    The senate room wallls are painted the same shade of green as The House of Lords in England.
  • Big D.
    Big DSeptember 13, 2012
    The senate met upstairs. And the representatives met downstairs. Thus the phrase upper and lower house.
  • Edmund D.
    Edmund Davis-QuinnSeptember 12, 2012
    The tours leave right on time so get here early.
  • Lina G.
    Lina GonzoAugust 20, 2012
    That was super cool!
  • Thomas H.
    Thomas HellmerAugust 18, 2012
    The irony is this place that stands for liberty and freedom is totally surrounded by guards, fence, pathways on which you cannot walk, and an invasive TSA screening you must go through to even enter.
  • Pam H.
    Pam HipiusAugust 2, 2012
    The inside is amazing! Be ready to do your own research, though. Some of the "facts" are not so accurate...
  • US National Archives
    On November 20, 1782, American delegates signed the preliminary articles of peace between the United States and Great Britain, granting formal independence and expanding the territory of the nation. Read more
  • US National Archives
    On June 13, 1782, Congress asked Charles Thomson to come up with a suitable design for America's Great Seal. Thomson's final design, still in use today, envisioned an eagle "on the wing and rising." Read more
  • US National Archives
    The Articles of Confederation, consisting of six sheets of parchment stitched together, defined the former colonies as a confederation of 13 sovereign states bound loosely in a "league of friendship." Read more
  • US National Archives
    This engraving depicts the Second Continental Congress approving their resolution for independence on July 2, 1776. The Declaration of Independence was soon approved and a new nation was formed. Read more
  • Kimberly M.
    Kimberly MooreJuly 13, 2012
    Why are we still fighting for freedom of speech? We the people...are mothers and fathers...they should be able to raise their children with Respect regardless on the colorful language and its history
  • US National Archives
    Have a look at the Constitution of the United States, signed here on September 17, 1787. As the supreme law of the United States, it has since guided American society in law and political culture. Read more
  • US National Archives
    This document records the July 2, 1776, vote in which the Continental Congress agreed to independence. The words of the resolution are echoed in the Declaration of Independence. Read more
  • US National Archives
    Richard Henry Lee of Virginia read from this paper when he formally proposed independence to Congress on June 7, 1776. Twelve colonies voted for the resolution, with New York abstaining. Read more
  • US National Archives
    On July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence in which they declared they were breaking from British rule to form free and independent states. Read more
  • Rootless C.
    Where the Constitution & Declaration of Independence were debated, drafted and signed.
  • !!! Riena Chiemo Riyanti ®.
  • Robert N.
    Robert NeelyJune 15, 2012
    Been her several times last time took my 9 year old and it was a history lesson for him
  • HISTORY
    HISTORYJune 15, 2012
    This building, completed in the 1750s, is where the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were deliberated and adopted.
  • Visit Philly
    Visit PhillyMay 1, 2012
    The PHLASH trolley runs Fri, Sat & Sun from 10-6 pm May-October 28, 2012. Just head to stops 2 or 18, buy a $2 ticket & you'll be on your way to seeing more of Philadelphia's attractions and museums. Read more
  • Helen M.
    Helen MurphyApril 19, 2012
    Been here 100+ times
    Get your free timed ticket from the friendly rangers at the Independence Visitor Center. Get there early (building opens at 8:30).
  • Helen M.
    Helen MurphyApril 14, 2012
    Been here 100+ times
    The west wing of Independence Hall features some of the essiential documents of the formation of the United States.
  • NBC Politics
    NBC PoliticsApril 10, 2012
    Historic venue where the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were adopted. Get your wonk on at http://NBCPolitics.com
  • Chad B.
    Chad BurgessMarch 17, 2012
    Pretty cool to read in the Square begins here.
  •  Deon P.
     Deon ParconMarch 10, 2012
    Free tour!
  • HeresJay K.
    HeresJay KesslingerMarch 8, 2012
    The clocktower renovations are complete. The clock -- and its chime -- are working once again.
  • Visit Philly
    Visit PhillyFebruary 13, 2012
    A bronze marker in front of the building commemorates President John F. Kennedy’s Independence Day speech on July 4, 1962.
  • Visit Philly
    Visit PhillyFebruary 9, 2012
    Get free timed tickets at the Independence Visitor Center. If it's during a busy season, you may have some time to kill--good thing you're in America's most historic square mile.
  • Melanie L.
    Melanie LillerFebruary 3, 2012
    GROUNDHOG!
  • Ricardo S.
    Ricardo SantosJanuary 24, 2012
    ok, we can go, it's close to us
  • Deron C.
    Deron CrappJanuary 15, 2012
    Have Phil steak and cheese at one of the road vendors
  • Rob S.
    Rob SchulteDecember 27, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Get free timed tickets at the visitor center in the morning.
  • Jessica M.
    Jessica MorrisDecember 11, 2011
    Wonderful tour, may you be lucky enough to be given it by the impassioned and über knowledgable Ranger Gus. He's wonderful.
  • Chris D.
    Chris DeMartinoNovember 23, 2011
    Make sure you look at the plaques in the front of where Lincoln and Kennedy stood.
  • George C.
    George CNovember 10, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    This is the most visited historical site in the United States.
  • Rihki K.
    Rihki KennebrewOctober 31, 2011
    the newly added exhibit about the system of slavery is compelling
  • Keith C.
    Keith CourtneyOctober 27, 2011
    Take the free tour of the site. Free tickets available at the visitor center 2 blocks down. Take the tour before 4pm in order to see the upstairs area.
  • Truett B.
    Truett Brooks JrOctober 18, 2011
    The tour guide was a great experience
  • Matthew W.
    Matthew WitkovskySeptember 19, 2011
    The West Wing contains the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Read more
  • Marc B.
    Marc BrasofAugust 28, 2011
    Been here 25+ times
    What are the most important questions about democracy to emerge from the constitutional convention that took place here over 225 years ago?
  • Hector V.
    Hector ValentinAugust 16, 2011
    Remember to have your ID visible at all times :-)
  • Matt A.
    Matt AromandoAugust 13, 2011
    While you're here, create a Bill of Rights!
  • The M.
    The MeistJuly 19, 2011
    Get your Free Tickets nice and early from the Independence Visitor Center :)
  • Heather H.
    Heather H.July 9, 2011
    Free tour 5-7pm. Nice.
  • Charles S.
    Charles SchelleJune 19, 2011
    Bypass security tent line by going through entrance to APS on 5th St and check bags there while enjoying the exhibit.
  • K12 Inc
    K12 IncJune 16, 2011
    Did you know? Independence Hall is pictured on the back of the $100 bill. The hands on the hall’s clock show the time as approximately 4:10 but there’s no record of why this time might have been chose
  • JP F.
    JP FordJune 10, 2011
    Independence hall is currently undergoing exterior renovation.
  • Gerard D.
    Gerard DusastreApril 28, 2011
    Go there a sunny day ! we went there when it was pouring rain...still standing in this historic place was great. Read more
  • The History Press
    The History PressApril 14, 2011
    Tens of thousands of people passed through Independence Hall on April 22, 1865 to view Abraham Lincoln’s remains. To read more about Philadelphia’s role during the Civil War, check out PHILADELPHIA AN Read more
  • WorldStrides
    WorldStridesApril 5, 2011
    Step back in time to the birth of our nation while exploring Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was adopted and the Constitution was written.
  • Paul Y.
    Paul YorkMarch 13, 2011
    You need a ticket to go through Independence Hall. Get it from the Liberty Bell Visitor Center.
  • Frank D.
    Frank DolskiMarch 1, 2011
    Always good to visit the Historical District!
  • Reyzal F.
    Reyzal FedericoFebruary 3, 2011
    great view
  • Stephanie Z.
    Stephanie ZielinskiFebruary 3, 2011
    Groundhog!
  • Jaclyn
    JaclynFebruary 3, 2011
    Groundhog!
  • Vicky S.
    Vicky SoderbergFebruary 2, 2011
    Groundhog shout out
  • Cynthia B.
    Cynthia BakerFebruary 2, 2011
    GroundHOG!!!!!!
  • Dan U.
    Dan UszakFebruary 2, 2011
    A very solemn place to visit. Makes you think a little about our countries founders !
  • David
    DavidFebruary 2, 2011
    Happy groundhog day!
  • US National Archives
    US National ArchivesFebruary 1, 2011
    One of the first slave-trade cases in the U.S. was heard in Independence Hall in 1800. The 135 transported Africans were named after the rescuing ship “Ganges”; descendants still use this name. Read more
  • Maribeth R.
    Maribeth RaymondJanuary 29, 2011
    Visit on a snowy Saturday - cool.
  • Billy S.
    Billy SmithJanuary 28, 2011
    "groundhog" on 2/2/11
  • Yosie Y.
    Yosie YomaJanuary 2, 2011
    go on free tour checking
  • Arthur L.
    Arthur LuDecember 13, 2010
    don't remember what we did here
  • Francois P.
    Francois PichardDecember 11, 2010
    The Rangers are pretty good guides but there is not much to see, except for what the place means
  • Mark P.
    Mark P.November 24, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    get a free tour ticket from the visitor's center. even though there's a reserved time, you can jump on an earlier one pretty easily
  • Clare Marie K.
    Clare Marie KronemeyerNovember 4, 2010
    See the city from the base of the Penn Statue. Fabulous view.
  • Joe H.
    Joe HutskoSeptember 30, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Currently surrounded in scaffolding during restoration phase
  • Larry T.
    Larry TurnerSeptember 22, 2010
    While the tour is in the courtroom, walk across the hall and take pictures with no other tourist in the way.
  • WDW Tour Company
    WDW Tour CompanySeptember 18, 2010
    Get your tickets ahead and enjoy the informative tour. There's several bldgs to see nearby as well before or after tour.
  • Teresa O.
    Teresa OliverSeptember 5, 2010
    It was awesome to be in the same rooms as our forefathers
  • Chalvin
    ChalvinAugust 14, 2010
    Go on the free tour, enjoy it.
  • Jason B.
    Jason BJuly 26, 2010
    Been here 25+ times
    The square behind Independence Hall is a great place to read.
  • suta p.
    suta pranawijayaJuly 1, 2010
    try to take some photostreet at here
  • Mohit M.
    Mohit MedirattaJune 28, 2010
    Take the Bus Tour of the City
  • visitPA
    visitPAMay 21, 2010
    During the Constitutional Conv. here, Ben Franklin wondered whether the sun carved into George Washington’s chair symbolized the rising or the setting of the new nation. He decided it was rising. Read more
  • Blair H.
    Blair HalpinMay 20, 2010
    nice look at history
  • Chris L.
    Chris LMarch 21, 2010
    Go early to independent visitor center to get a ticket first for a timed Independent Hall show. Even if u can't get a time, They don't really check the time on the ticket. Shhh. :)
  • Graham S.
    Graham SmithFebruary 14, 2010
    They let 85 people into the independance hall tour every 20 min.
  • Nicola
    NicolaFebruary 10, 2010
    go look at the bell at night
  • Kate P.
    Kate PapageorgeJanuary 31, 2010
    Go on the free tour.
  • Brkgny
    BrkgnyNovember 13, 2014
    Bağımsızlık bildirgesi kararı burad alınıyor ve burada halka bildiriliyor
  • Ying J.
    Ying JJFebruary 2, 2013
    สุดยอด!!!!
  • Nicolás F.
    Hay que decirlo... los gringos tienen un talento especial para conmemorar sus fiestas... yo ni sé donde se firmó la independencia de Chile
  • Rootless C.
    Hours: 9 am - 430 pm
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