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Independence Hall

Independence Hall

Independence Hall


Independence Hall

A Memorable Expedition Through U.S. History!

Who doesn't want to set foot in the same building where the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution?  Independence Hall is a must-see Philadelphia attraction for historical buffs and visitors looking to receive a better education on the history of this great nation.  Enter the same rooms occupied by George Washington, Ben Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and other presidents throughout history.  Embark on one of the many walking tours, including Stories from the Past and Dr. Franklin's Philadelphia.  The rangers at Independence Hall will lead you on an engaging expedition through U.S history.  Independence Hall is one of several memorable PA attractions that have entertained visitors for years upon years!      

Location: Chestnut Street between 5th & 6th Streets, Philadelphia, PA, 19106
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Phone: 215-965-2305
Counties Served:
Chestnut Street between 5th & 6th Streets, Philadelphia, PA, 19106

Independence Hall

A Top PA Attraction for Historical Buffs Everywhere!

Who doesn't want to set foot in the same building where the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution?  Independence Hall is a must-see PA attraction for historical buffs and visitors looking to receive a better education on the history of this great nation. 

Enter the same rooms occupied by George Washington, Ben Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and other U.S. presidents.  The rangers at Independence Hall will lead you on an engaging expedition through U.S. history.  Independence Hall is one of several memorable PA attractions that have amazed visitors for years upon years!

Location: Chestnut Street between 5th & 6th Streets, Philadelphia, PA, 19106
Visit Website: View Website
Phone: 215-965-2305
Counties Served:
Chestnut Street between 5th & 6th Streets, Philadelphia, PA, 19106

Independence Hall

The Most Important Historic Site in Philadelphia!

Recognized as "the most ambitious public building in the colonies" when construction began in 1732 (probably under the direction of Alexander Hamilton) what was considered then only the state house of Pennsylvania would one day become recognized everywhere as the birthplace of the United States of America. Home of the debates over our rebellion, the signing of the constitution, the Second Continental Congress, and more, every hero responsible for the foundation of America, at some point, walked these halls. There is no tour of historic Philadelphia complete without walking them yourself, and appreciating the majesty and gravity of our nation's birth.  

Location: 5th and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA, 19106
Visit Website: View Website
Phone: 215-965-2305
Counties Served:
5th and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA, 19106