The Liberty Bell is another greater symbol of American history, a symbol of freedom and a place of historic importance that attracts lots of tourists round the year. The Bell is housed in a massive glass pavilion that was earlier placed in Independence Hall; it was moved to its current location in the 1976 Bicentennial. It is also popularly known by the name State House Bell.
The Bell’s modern home is wheelchair accessible and offers an open-captioned and audio-described video presentation, along with assistive listening devices. A replica of the text that’s on the Bell in the exhibit area lets visitors touch the raised inscription. 6th & Market Streets
- Philly Visit to Independence Hall
- Philly Visit to Franklin Court
- Philly Visit to The Constitution Center