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2016 National Park Service Centennial logo.

Visit and search for more NPS Centennial related activities.

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Vote for your Favorite Centennial Trading Card

Help us celebrate the National Park Service Centennial by voting for the trading card you'd like to see made for the NPS Centennial in 2016. The cards that win will be added to our kids trading card program. Voting ends July 15, 2015; winners will be announced August 25, 2015. Vote for no more than two cards.
Screen shot from the NPS Independence mobile app showing the Sites page for the Liberty Bell Center.

Don't miss the stunning photos on the NPS Independence mobile app.  It's FREE.

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NPS Independence Mobile App

The park's new mobile app has it all - photos, audio tours, an illustrated map - and it's FREE. Search "NPS Independence" in the App Store or on Google Play. The NPS Independence app is a great source for audio visual information.

Independence Hall

Find images of Independence Hall in the photo gallery, and take a virtual tour of the tower on YouTube.

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Photos and Video

Looking for photos of Independence Hall, Congress Hall, and other park sites? Check out our photo gallery. The park's Facebook page features a number of albums and images, and you'll find videos on our YouTube channel. The National Park Service Digital Image Archive is another great source for photos and videos of all our national parks.

Looking up the hallway in the Independence Visitor Center, with theaters on the left and windows on the right

Film times scroll on the marquee above the theater doors.

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Independence Visitor Center films

Take a break from sightseeing with one of the Independence Visitor Center films. Watch the classic 1976 film, Independence, directed by John Huston. Or, enjoy the History Channel's Choosing Sides: Young Voices of the Revolution.

Liberty Bell

Curious about the sound of the Liberty Bell?  Computer modeling may hold the answer.

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The Sound of the Liberty Bell

Although the Liberty Bell no longer rings, scientists have been able to recreate its sound through computer modeling. Hear the sound of the bell and learn more about the science behind the computer modeling.

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