People tend to check in during these times:
The guides here are extremely knowledgeable and ready to answer any questions you may have.
Line too long. Not worth it
There's a window that let's you see the bell if you go at night.
Very educational. Awesome if you're into history. Welcome to Philadelphia.
Of course it's amazing. But be on your best behavior: we saw security remove some people from the display. Be patient for pictures in front of the bell. It does get extremely busy.
Overcrowded but really worth seeing
The is a great place to visit. Spoiler alert: the Bell is smaller in person than you think.
The center has lots of info about the bell's history.
A piece of history.
Usually a good sized line for this. Get your tickets for Independence Hall first (at the Visitor Ctr) and than check out the Bell. Might time it right to go to Hall afterword for your time slot.
Such a nice spot in the middle of the city
Go past a piece of the real american history! Can't leave Phillie without a picture right next to the bell.
Did you ever lick the liberty bell? Lick it!!
No Taco Bells here. Sad.
Bell roped off but technically lickable.
Watch for the long lines get there really early.
A must visit for any history nerd in Philly
On July 8, 1776, the Liberty Bell was one of many bells that rang out from the tower of Independence Hall for Philadelphia citizens to hear the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence.
The most famous crack in history
They spelled Pennsylvania incorrectly. That's the fathers of our country for you.
The line is really long, despite what they say at the visitor center. Also, the security check is really short and not very secure.
Piece of USA history
Nice experience and friendly Security staff.
A must to visit if you step by in Philadelphia
Enjoy the history that you are in the presence of. As you read about the bell's journey you will quickly see that many historical people have been to see it because of its symbolism.
The historical artifacts and exhibits outside and surrounding the Liberty Bell are astounding.
We stayed in Philadelphia for 10 days. There were always long lines in front of the Liberty Bell Center because it is one of the most historical place in the States and of course it's free💃
The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia is a timeless symbol of freedom and independence. Visit the Independence National Historic Park and learn how the bell changed history beyond its iconic crack.
Long waiting lines but beautiful monument.
This is a fun exhibit. I especially liked seeing the foundation of the first "White House".
If the lines are long, you can get pictures from the back windows of the building. You get just as close as going inside, since the guards keep you so far back.
Go see the bell, but don't rush. It's not going anywhere.
Amazing ❤️ a must see & get there early for short line!
Plan for a long line.
Crowded but worth seeing. The tour groups can be overwhelming.
There was such a long line to get in to see the "bell", we decided against it. But it was powerful just being there on the lawn and experiencing all the excitement. Great photo ops.
Get you tickets at the visitors center
Worth the wait!
Gus, the park ranger, has the best info and a healthy dose of wit.
The Bell and my butt have a lot in common, both have a crack.
Line goes fast
Thanks to the US Government shut-down, the Liberty Bell is closed to the public.
Looks fake I'm suspicious
So awesome to see up close and personal! Very moving!!
Try visiting in the morning when there are fewer people waiting in line.
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!
Be sure to clear security before 4:30 on most days!
This is the place to start for anyone interested in our nations history. Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Constitution Center. Before you head out make sure to check hours of operation.