People tend to check in during these times:
The Bell was ordered in 1751 & is one of the most prominent symbols of the Revolutionary War. In 1752 to the dismay of onlookers the bell cracked during testing. Over 2 million visitors come each year
Celebrate our nation’s pride by visiting the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. It’s also the site of Ellen’s Earth Day giveaway! She gave 50 of her Philly followers Specialized Bikes! –Jeannie
The Liberty Bell weighs 2,080 pounds. The yoke weighs about 100 pounds.
Even if you think you're too cool to visit touristy spots, go anyway and be amazed by the history. The 1.5 million people who visit the Bell each year can't be wrong (plus it's free)!
A must see if you are touring the area. It didn't take long to get through security to see the bell.
"This is my second favorite bell, right after Taco Bell. When the day comes where I can get a delicious Crunch Taco Supreme here, maybe I'll reconsider." - Conan O'Brien
One of the world's most-recognized symbols of free is, well, free. There's simply a security checkpoint.
Did you know that to view the Liberty Bell it's absolutely FREE!!
Lick the Liberty Bell. (Although that's probably not necessary to unlock the badge.) You know what it tastes like? Freedom?No, actually it just tastes like pennies.
Take your time and enjoy the history!
Legen... Wait for it
If you are just a visitor, you should visit this center. Sundays are so crowded and so long queue. Come early and take your photo!
There's a big crack in it. Someone should probably get that fixed.
You most visit the bell when you are in Philly.
I loved seeing the Liberty Bell! Center City is so historic, it makes you proud to be an American
Reward yourself with a walk to the City Tavern on 2nd St. where you can enjoy a sampling of brews using recipes from Washington, Franklin and Jefferson! And authentic, colonial period food!
The Liberty Bell Center offers a free movie in multiple languages. Simply ask the Ranger on duty to select the language most suitable for you.
You unlock a badge if you check in here
It's a big bell with a big crack and you have to wait in a long line.
A National Park ranger is always stationed near the Liberty Bell. Ask them to show the invisible cracks and the history of the Bell's cross country journey.
Could be a line,but it moves fairly quick
Let Freedom Ring!
Lick it.... Doooo Itttt... It'll be Legend... Wait For it... DARY!
FREE ADMISSION! line seems long, but moves very quickly.
Weighing 2,000 pounds, the Liberty Bell is one of America's most inspiring symbols.
Not to be confused with the Korean Friendship Bell in San Pedro, CA
Yes, it does taste like pennies. #truestory
ok, we can go, it's close to us
They take security very serious here (with good reason). Don't joke with the security, they don't think it's funny.
Perfect setting for some history!
I feel one of america's history here, Great History, very quiet city. Love Philadelphia.
its free to visit and fun for smaller kids
don't bring a water bottle unless you want a security guard to watch you take a sip out of it before they let you come in.
Don't make any eye contact with the piggies here, they will beat you and break your banjo. Our police state has revoked your liberty!
Get here really early other wise your waiting I'm lines I'm the hot sun :(
Crack kills. Ringing that is.
Go for the crack.
This is a nice place 2 go 2 and look at a bell.
That's a big crack.
incredible piece of history
The following Bible verse from the book of Leviticus, chapter 25, verse 10, is inscribed on the bell: “Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the Land unto all the inhabitants thereof.”