Independence Hall is the building where both the United States Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated and adopted. It first opened in 1753. It is now the centerpiece of the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Want to see where the declaration of independence was signed? You'll need to pick up tickets at the visitor center prior to getting a tour. Also free!
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“Iconic site surrounded by a historic city square and constitution center that hosts tours.”
“when you're with a bunch of people, its always hard to choose on what to eat. Reading terminal market not only is a spot with a bunch of food vendors inside, but it is a thing to see! from cajun food, to a bar sit down in the back; the food options are endless! ”
“One of Steve's favorites places, Lis...not so much- don't miss out on running up the famous 'Rocky' steps out front!”
“This interactive, family-friendly science museum is a Philadelphia classic. The staff to a great job letting kids learn on their own, and there is a lot to learn: electricity, space, robots, and of course the walk-through human heart.”
“The Barnes Foundation is an art collection and educational institution promoting the appreciation of art and horticulture. Today, the foundation owns more than 4,000 objects, including over 900 paintings, estimated to be worth about $25 billion. We are members here, and love going again and again. There is a cafe inside as well where you can grab a bite to eat and sit outside and enjoy the grounds. ”
520 Chestnut Street
Center City East
Yes (incl. American Express)