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A little bit of a queue to get in, you have to be searched on the way in. There are information boards and photos, all around the exhibition. The bell is situated at the end of the hall. There is chance to take photos of...More
Stopped by on a rainy Sunday afternoon because we were in the area and my 6 year old daughter told us she wanted to see the Liberty Bell. They were learning about it in school and we had the opportunity to visit, so we did....More
Of course you have to see the liberty bell. It was cool to see the exhibits regarding the history of it and on American culture. It was nice to get pretty close to the bell although you can't touch it.
I wouldn't have bothered with this but my wife wanted to do it. You wait in a very long line to see a bell. They have some other information up in the building, and it's ok, but it's still just a bell. Fun fact security...More
The museum is compact but really informative. Lots of history, exhibits and photographs/imagery.
We enjoyed the video at the end which talks through the history and the impact has had.
We would have stayed longer to admire the bell but were interrupted by a very...More
Just an old cracked bell but it does represent the birth of the nation and is therefore of national importance and is historically significant. The exhibition itself is of passing interest only but you should not visit Philadelphia without seeing it.