Independence Historical National Park is the home to both Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. While the Bell was rung at several key moments of the American independence movement, today it is more famous for its symbolic message of universal liberty than its functional purpose. Few buildings in the world have seen more revolutionary history than Independence Hall. The site where both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution was debated over and ultimately adopted, visiting the building fills one with a sense of great awe at its proud and revolutionary history.
In addition to the two main attractions, Independence National Historical Park is also the home of several other sites associated with the American Revolution. This 45-acre park comprises much of the historic downtown area of Philadelphia. If not just for the history, the Park is worth a visit for its serene beauty, as you can take a stroll along brick cobbled stone paths and admire the red brick buildings and pristinely manicured green lawns.
Tours & Tickets
The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia takes you on a walking journey through America's Most Historic Area - the birthplace of America's nation. Step ... Read more
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Duration: 75 minutes (approx.)