Really it's free and that's the best thing. The space is crowded, the display of the history is packed into a tiny area and it's not spaced out well
About Liberty Bell Center
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We got there at 9 when they opened and took advantage of an uncrowded, unobstructed views of the Liberty Bell with Independence Hall as the backdrop. We checked out the exhibits after viewing the Liberty Bell as crowds started arriving about 20 minutes after we...More
Long lines for security so since I’ve seen it uncles twice,I just look in the window now when I go by.theres lots of things to do in philly most of them for me are eating and drinking.everytime we go we visit another historic place..never knew...More
For people who want to read about American independence this is good. For others it may be boring. Philadelphia downtown can be seen with this visit.
This is an impressive structure that has been afforded the high degree of preservation it deserves. Take a guided tour if time and budget allow.
Do not miss all of what Philadelphia has to offer in terms of how significant and important this wonderful city was in the forming America. Seeing the Liberty Bell is a great start!
Once you’ve queued to get into the centre there are a lot of panels depicting the history of slavery with many artefacts. The Liberty Bell itself is well situated at the end of the visit, easy to see and you can take photographs right next...More