• Congress Voting Independence

    Independence

    National Historical Park Pennsylvania

Additional Education Resources

Two teens write in the Declaration House - one with pencil and one on the computer.
The variety of resources available to teachers and students is almost overwhelming.
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Two students work on laptop computers.

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Web Resources
Explore our useful listing of resources available on the internet to support your teaching.

 
The Liberty Bell sits in the foreground, with Independence Hall behind.

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Photos and Multimedia
Find resources that will assist you in teaching your students about the birthplace of America. Looking for the sound of the Liberty Bell? Find it here!

 
Detail of a map showing the way from the Independence Visitor Center to Independence Hall.

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Brochures and Activity Sheets
Make your visit to the park more productive with these tools.

Did You Know?

Painting of George Washington

George Washington, the nation’s first president, ran his two administrations in Philadelphia from his rented house near the corner of Sixth and Market Streets. Wife Martha, two young grandchildren and as many as 24 servants, including enslaved men and women from Mount Vernon, made up his household.