National Park Services

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  • 143 S 3rd St

    Philadelphia, PA 19106

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  • 215-597-8787

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Visiting historic Philadelphia is a great way to learn about the history of our country. :) One of the best parts is the Ben Franklin impersonator, who will give speeches and tours of the many monuments in the area.

Be sure to actually enjoy the LIberty Bell. It is an important part of history and it is still around! When you touch it, you are reaching through history and touching the same thing Ben Franklin and our founding fathers all touched.

Also, be sure to visit the Declaration of Independence!

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Visiting historic Philadelphia is a great way to learn about the history of our country. :) One of the best parts is the Ben Franklin impersonator, who will give speeches and tours of the many monuments in the area.

Be sure to actually enjoy the LIberty Bell. It is an important part of history and it is still around! When you touch it, you are reaching through history and touching the same thing Ben Franklin and our founding fathers all touched.

Also, be sure to visit the Declaration of Independence!

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When you go to see the Liberty Bell, near Independance Hall, take a photo and TOUCH the Liberty Bell.

Next priority, is to check out THE Independance Hall, where the original Declaration of Independance was signed. Well preserved. Lots of period furniture. Helpful tour guides. http://www.nps.gov/inde/

Last, go to the Liberty Museum, www.libertymuseum.org, $5 admission for adults. Has a big display of modern glass art. And other "freedom" related art. Of course, a big gift shop. Get your red, white and blue decor here! No fee to see the shop :-)

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When you go to see the Liberty Bell, near Independance Hall, take a photo and TOUCH the Liberty Bell.

Next priority, is to check out THE Independance Hall, where the original Declaration of Independance was signed. Well preserved. Lots of period furniture. Helpful tour guides. http://www.nps.gov/inde/

Last, go to the Liberty Museum, www.libertymuseum.org, $5 admission for adults. Has a big display of modern glass art. And other "freedom" related art. Of course, a big gift shop. Get your red, white and blue decor here! No fee to see the shop :-)

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