Always wanted to see Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Tour is easy and takes only half an hour or so.
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I have been thinking of going to Philly for years. Always wanted to be where our forefathers began this country. If you're interested in historic sites this is a must. The feeling of being in the same place where those men and moments occurred is...More
I have wanted to visit Independence Hall of years. My wife and I have just returned from a two week visit to Pennsylvania which included a tour through Independence Hall in old town Philadelphia. To save the early morning rush for tickets, I booked the...More
This was a great if short tour (about 30 minutes). Our park ranger was very knowledgeable and told the story of our history of the Constitution very well. It was especially exciting for us since we got to see where the American Constitution was signed...More
You can learn some historical information about Liberty Bell and some other facts, but there is not so much what to do. We spend there maybe 15 minutes.
Having been a history major, a history buff, an an attorney who studied, and has practiced some Constitutional law I thought I had to see Independence Hall. I wondered what I could actually learn in a half an hour tour. The guide brought our the...More
To walk into the hall where both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed, takes your breath away. To be only a few short feet from Washington's famous "Sun Rising" chair can only remind you of who we are and what we are.
Early in the morning, the line was VERY long. I opted to return later in the afternoon. Unfortunately, the line was still long and they were no longer issuing tickets to enter the hall. Moral of the story: Get there early and wait in line...More
Such a neat experience to visit where so much history took place. I highly recommend visiting! We learned so much and I would definitely go back.