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I had read about the long lines to get in so I planned to be there right when it opened. We went in mid-Sept and when we arrived at close to opening, there was no line! In fact, we stayed in the center for about...More
It’s important to see it as it is part of the history. The site itself is very simple and can be difficult to get into due to the slowness of the security. The bell is again worth seeing but trying to get a free photo...More
I did not expect to be so moved by the experience of seeing this bell. I've seen pictures in books and movies my entire life, but something about being in its presence is more than just a viewing. The video presentations are especially touching, and...More
Great part of United States history in Philadelphia. It was commissioned from London in 1752. It has written in it “Proclaim LIBERTY Throughout all the Land unto all the Inhabitants Thereof". It’s a free attraction but you may have to wait in line 30 minutes...More
So, I learned about the Liberty Bell in school and have seen it in movies, but when I went and seen it in person it was fantastic. Lots to learn while your on the tour and the Bell is at the end. I took lots...More
When we first got there in the mid morning the line was ridiculously long. As we had seen it decades ago we decided to skip it. After a full day of seeing so many historical sites in the Old City, we were walking passed o...More
My sister and I had the opportunity to walk right up to the center to see the Liberty Bell which was on our list of things to do.
The center is really informative talking about the history of the bell as well as how that...More