Cheesy 3D movie. Mostly an excuse to sell souvenirs. Even the kids were underwhelmed. Meh. Skipable.
Hate to give away their secret but your kids will love it. It is very reasonable. It teaches about the history of our country but the very best part is at the end everyone in the theater is in the pictures at the end. Wish you could have seen my grandson's face when he saw his picture up there with... More
Stick with the Visitor's Center that is part of the National Park Service. These folks are nice, but the gift shop is no different from all the others, and the film is a waste of time. The free films at NPS are better.
This really wasn't a bad experience, just disjointed. It jumped around all over the place. There was no cohesion to the whole thing. Also did not care for the very end; I won't spoil it, but the fewer people in the theater, the more pronounced it will be. See Liberty360 if you've done everything else. Otherwise you won't be missing... More
I did not think that Liberty 360 was worth a dime. I'm pretty sure I've seen something similar to it during a visit to Washington DC about 6 years ago. Instead of the fancier screen they may have had a a few put together. Same idea. Luckily I think this is being replaced by a new show in 2012. There... More
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