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    Liberty Bell: Philadelphia's Iconic Symbol of American Freedom

    No trip to Philadelphia is complete without a visit to the Liberty Bell, an enduring icon of freedom and American independence. Located in the Liberty Bell Center near other museums and a portrait gallery, this top attraction is one of the most popular Philadelphia historical sites. Pick up your free tickets early in the day, and don't forget your camera in order to take your picture by the famous, cracked Liberty Bell.


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    9AM to 7PM

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    Free Tickets Required March through December


    • Readings of the Declaration of Independence
    • Civil Rights Film Series
    • The Committee of Five Gallery Tour


    • Historic Exhibits
    • Museums
    • Portrait Gallery
    • Shopping


    • Do I need tickets to see the Liberty Bell?

      You need timed tickets if you are visiting during the months of March through December. Tickets are free and can be obtained every morning at the Independence Visitor Center.
    • What else is there to see around the Liberty Bell Center?

      You can visit Independence Hall, the Benjamin Franklin Museum and the Portrait Gallery in the Second Bank. Begin your Liberty Bell experience at the Independence Visitor Center, located at 6th and Market Streets.

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