Very informative, well maintained and again, luckily we went early so there wasn't a wait. The tour guide provided an overwhelming amount of information as we roasted in the room where the Declaration of Independence was signed, but I thought it was great that he was available for any questions following the monologue too. Would have enjoyed some information to read in the rooms upstairs, maybe some sketches depicting what the sights would have been in the 1700s from Independence Hall.
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