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Despite it’s location right next to Independence Hall this place is easy to miss. The entrance door doesn’t say anything and that’s the reason not many people were in the place. The door is right there on the left as you line up to go...More
There is a Blick-sponsored art show being exhibited on 3 floors at present. This exhibition is FREE. I especially enjoyed looking at the regional photographs of the modern culture of Philadelphia. There is a lot of cultural diversity here. The photographers did a wonderful job...More
Old City Hall is located on Fifth and Chestnut, right inside Independence National Historic Park and once served as Philadelphia's first City Hall. Admission is free and there are rangers available to answer questions. There was a guided tour, but we did not have the...More
If you are passing by, then stop. It is the site of the first Supreme Court of the land. Also houses the Independence Hall gift store! It is OUTSIDE of the security area just left of Independence Hall. Store has the BEST Independence Hall items.
There is a two hour tour that we were not able to go on but I heard it was great. we walked around the place and it was amazing. When I come back I will def take the tour to learn more about this place.
This might have been the highlight of our trip. There is a two hour city hall tour but this one is just to get up into the tower where there is an observation ring Approx 40 stories up. This specific tour is held M-F with...More
... via Amtrak, to check out Philadelphia. In particular, the Old City Hall and Liberty Bell.
I went on a free guided tour to Old City Hall, and as part of the tour, the group was taken to the room where the Founding Fathers met,...More