Went on a Sunday , make sure they are not on summer hours in March. Not able to go inside, but saw from windows.
About Independence Hall
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Although the ranger did not seem too enthusiastic, the tour itself was interesting. For anyone interested in the U.S. history (Constitution, Declaration of Independence or otherwise), this is a must-see. The tour is free. Get tickets from the Visitor Center before entering. Reach it by...More
If you are in Philadelphia, you really should take a tour of Independence Hall. It is free, although for just $1.50 you can go online and reserve a ticket to make sure you get in when you want. The tour is interesting and doesn't take...More
My love of the National Park Service knows no bounds and Independence Hall is no exception. If you love history, you will love this place! I took advantage of ordering tickets online to reserve my tour time. There is a nominal fee of $1.50 per...More
Being history buffs my wife and I wanted to see the many sights that Philly has to offer. Independence Hall is a must see. From some very knowledgeable and friendly NPS staff to the wonder of the history itself we were overwhelmed.
this place is so much fun, so much history and so much to learn! tours are great and the staff are very friendly and they know their stuff. get there early in the day and there wont be that many tourisr yet or school groups....More
We waited in line for a while late one day then decided to return at opening time the next day. Remember, this was only Feb. Can't imagine how it is in summer. We returned at 9 the next day and got in the first tour....More
This is a great place to learn about American history. There is a short (30 min) tour that is very interesting. The whole area is beautiful, surrounded by the park. Very nice way to spend an afternoon!
So interesting and informative the Rangers were very knowledgeable. This is a must see national treasure and the feelings you get imagining the events that took place here is worth the visit. Take your kids so they may have the experience to associate with their...More
This is a great place to go and just take a look at what life was like in the 1700s, you get a nice piece of history right in the heart of the city