• Congress Voting Independence


    National Historical Park Pennsylvania


Directions to Independence National Historical Park, via the Independence Visitor Center website

Google Maps location

The Independence Visitor Center is located at the corner of 6th and Market Streets in Old City, Philadelphia.


Philadelphia is a large city and street parking can be expensive and quite hard to find. It is best to park at the Independence Visitor Center underground parking garage, located on the east (left) side of 6th Street between Arch and Market Streets.

Taking public transportation, is always a great option.

Or use your GPS Navigation systems to find directions to the following park buildings:

GPS Addresses:

  • Independence Visitor Center - 525 Market Street
  • Independence Hall - 520 Chestnut Street
  • Liberty Bell Center - 526 Market Street
  • Franklin Court - 314-321 Market Street
  • Carpenters' Hall - 320 Chestnut Street
  • City Tavern - 138 S. 2nd Street
  • 2nd Street Parking Garage - 137 S. 2nd Street
  • Park Headquarters - 143 S. 3rd Street

For Zip Code Use: 19106

Did You Know?

Photo of Franklin's Glass Armonica

Benjamin Franklin is credited with being the first American to invent a musical instrument? He invented the glass armonica in 1761 after seeing wine glasses being used to make musical sounds.