Visiting the Liberty Bell Center

 
The Liberty Bell displayed in the chamber of the Liberty Bell Center, with Independence Hall visible in the background.
The original Liberty Bell is displayed in a magnificent glass chamber with Independence Hall in the background.  The building also offers a video presentation and exhibits about this now famous symbol of liberty.

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Location
The Liberty Bell Center is located at 6th and Market Streets. During renovation, the entrance door will be located on the west side of the building on 6th Street. Visitors exit from the south end of the building, near Chestnut Street. The GPS address is 526 Market Street.

Hours and Fees
Through June 2019: Open daily 9am - 5pm
The security screening area closes 5 minutes before the building closes.

Closed at 3pm on Christmas Eve. Closed Christmas Day.

Admission is FREE.

Ticketing
NO tickets are required. Entrance is on a first-come, first-served basis.
 

Exhibits
The exhibits are currently undergoing renovation, and are not open to the public.


For International Visitors
Written information about the Liberty Bell is available in a dozen languages. Please ask a park ranger for these services.

 

Accessibility
The Liberty Bell Center is wheelchair accessible. There are NO restrooms (accessible or otherwise) in the Liberty Bell Center, but restrooms are available in the nearby Independence Visitor Center. Learn more about the accessibility services offered throughout the park on our website.

 

Security
Visitors must pass through a security screening area to visit the Liberty Bell Center. To maximize your visit to the park, and to minimize your security screening time, the park recommends that you bring only small bags, if necessary. No weapons, pepper spray, or pocket knives are permitted into the building.

 

Images and Historical Information
Check out these photos of the Liberty Bell. Want to learn more about the famous crack, or the timeless inscription? Additional resources about the Liberty Bell are available on our website.

 

Last updated: February 1, 2019

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Mailing Address:

143 S. 3rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Phone:

(215) 965-2305

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