Great place to visit! The Liberty Bell was smaller than expected. There was informative video and the staff was nice and informative, also.
About Liberty Bell Center
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I saw the Liberty Bell many years ago before they built this new center. There are several historical displays before you get to the bell itself, bringing context to the times and to Liberty itself. Like almost everything in this part of Philly, it's a...More
This is a beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site! Truly moving to walk through this location and see the history unfold. I went in December, a little chilly but a great time to visit since I had much of the place to myself! Don't shy from...More
There is no entrance fee. Line was fast despite the security check. Impressive history overview through the center. Very simple, yet beautiful home for the liberty bell.
The Liberty Bell center has done an excellent job of focusing visitors on how the bell became an icon of freedom and a symbol of anti-slavery for the abolitionist Movement. There are several TVs outside of the center that run all through the day telling...More
Seeing the actual Liberty Bell and reading about its history and what it means to the USA was fascination. Worth a visit but don't plan on spending more than 30 mins... but it is free!
Since I last visited, years ago, they have built a whole building to showcase the Liberty Bell. The video is especially good. Be prepared for airport-type security checks at the entrance, but it's still worth the visit.
Arrived when it opened and went right in. Located in an airy building with displays in the area leading up to the actual Liberty Bell. You are able to stand right next to it but of course not touch. Very impressive site and well displayed.
Yes, it is just a bell, but a really cool one with significant history, read up on it before you go and get a selfie, you will be glad you did. Come early and avoid the line. Don't miss Independance Hall and the oldest cobblestone...More