This popular museum showcases the captivating stories of freedom fighters, movement leaders, and politicians through interactive exhibits and contemporary art pieces. One of the museum’s main mediums is glass—a reminder that freedom is as fragile as this delicate material. It’s a theme that’s woven throughout the entire museum.
Travelers can explore the numerous galleries, which include Liberty Hall, Heroes from Around the World, Coming to America and the Inspiration Exhibit. Interactive displays and colorful works of art convey the stories of famous fighters and encourage civic responsibility, leadership and integrity in all those who visit. The National Liberty Museum is an ideal stop for history lovers and travelers with families and children, since many of the exhibits cater to the younger set.
Visitors can explore the comprehensive and expansive museum on its own, or enjoy it in conjunction with other nearby attractions like the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
The museum is located at 321 Chestnut Street, two blocks from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.