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Philadelphia Independence Hall

Independence Hall

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    Independence Hall in Philadelphia - Birthplace of a Nation

    Stand in the room where America began when you visit this important historic attraction. The centerpiece of Independence National Historical Park, this famous hall is the place where the Declaration of Independence was signed and where the Constitutional Convention met. Sign up for historic Philadelphia tours, learn about the dawning of America, and step back in time to immerse yourself in living history at Independence Hall.


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    9AM to 7PM

    Prices -

    Free Tickets Required March through December


    • Twilight Tour
    • Let Freedom Ring Ceremony
    • Civil Rights Film Series


    • Historic Exhibits
    • Educational Programs
    • Museums
    • Portrait Gallery


    • Do we need to schedule a tour?

      No, but you do need to pick up free tickets in the morning for your timed entry between the months of March and December. Arrive early and head to Independence Hall and the morning of your visit to reserve your tickets.
    • How long should we expect to spend visiting the park?

      Allow a minimum of two full hours if you are arriving first thing in the morning; if you arrive mid-day, expect to wait for several hours to be able to enter Independence Hall. Out of all the Philadelphia historic sites, this is the most popular.

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