Visiting the Liberty Bell Center
The original Liberty Bell is on display inside the Liberty Bell Center. The buildings also offers a video presentation and exhibits about this now famous symbol of liberty. Learn about the origins of the State House bell and and its transformation into an international icon of freedom.
The Liberty Bell Center is located at 6th and Market Streets. Entrance doors are located on the north end of the building, near the President's House Site. The GPS address is 526 Market Street.
Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The security screening area closes 5 minutes before the building closes (no entry past 4:55 p.m.).
Admission is FREE.
NO tickets are required. Entrance is on a first-come,
Additional information about the Liberty Bell
Did You Know?
Many American patriots owned slaves before, during or after the Revolution. Here are a few you might know: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Rush, James Madison, Robert Morris, and James Wilson. Many of them spoke out against slavery, but only Washington freed 124 people by his will.