Independence National Historical Park

Highly recommended
Bordered to the east and west by Second Street and Sixth Street, to the north and south by Market Street and Walnut Street, the 22ha historical park is home to several monuments that witnessed first-hand the tumultuous birth of the United States of America. The park is the proud owner of the country's most revered icons of liberty: Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.

Useful information

Address : 

19106 Philadelphia

Price:

free of charge

Opening hours

9am-5pm

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Demolished long ago, Franklin Court has
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