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Located in the heart of historic Philadelphia, the National Liberty Museum is dedicated to preserving America's heritage of freedom by encouraging people to find their own place in the story of liberty. Visitors to the Museum enjoy an inspiring and...more
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Although late on a Sunday afternoon we were the only persons in this museum which was a shame as its extremely thought provoking. Each floor has interesting exhibits with each shwing the struggles that people have suffered. Worth visiting
This was a last minute decision for us and I am glad we went. I used a Groupon which saved quite a bit, but the day we went was pay as you wish. The museum is great. Sometimes museums get lost in facts, it doesn't...More
this is a very small museum, like you have to look for it, but it's an amazing experience. the visit starts with a short video, to set the spirit I would say, and then you can start browsing around... it's a must see, you'll leave...More
I love the music in the background. It is calm and peaceful so when you leave, you have peaceful music in your heart and a calm mind in your spirit. I like how it focuses on liberty all over the world. that is they type...More
This museum is modestly-sized, but filled with moving tributes to "everyday heroes." There are countless stories of people who fought to help others, hiding Jews during WWII, rushing into the World trade Center on 9/11, standing up for marriage equality, Sufferage, and scores of other...More
The National Liberty Museum is right in the heart of Philadelphia's Society Hill which is a very interesting historic area. There's so much to see in the museum-Flame Gallery-an exhibit that honors those with challenges-mental-physical etc
This museum talks about liberty and how to maintain it. It also talks about those who don't have their liberty. My seven year old got quite emotional at this museum so be careful bringing younger kids here. It's very thought provoking.