Take a "Bellfie"

Color photo of a man and woman taking a "selfie" photo in front of the Liberty Bell.
Get it?  You know, like a selfie.

NPS photo

Don't miss this bucket list opportunity!
See the Liberty Bell. Look at the iconic crack, take a photo to prove that you stood beside the famous icon of liberty, and then take a minute to really think about the inscription on the Liberty Bell, "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants Thereof." Abolitionists, woman suffrage advocates, and civil rights leaders all really thought about those words when they used the Liberty Bell to call attention to their causes. Curious about the crack? Ask a friendly park ranger.
Wait times vary.  Entrance is first-come, first-served.  Expect lengthier lines in the spring and summer, and on holidays. The exhibits are self-guided; a park ranger is available to answer questions.  A short film plays on a continuous loop.  Photos are permitted at the Liberty Bell.
Pets are not allowed inside the Liberty Bell Center unless a designated assistive animal.
Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.
Entrance located at 6th and Market Streets.  On-site security screening before entering.  Screening closes five minutes before the building closes for the evening.
Check the Operating Hours web page for up-to-date information on building hours.
Accessibility Information
The Liberty Bell Center is wheelchair accessible. The video presentation is open captioned and audio described. Assistive listening devices are available. Visitors are encouraged to touch the replica of the Liberty Bell's inscription in the exhibit area. There are NO restrooms (accessible or otherwise) in the Liberty Bell Center, but restrooms are available in the nearby Independence Visitor Center. Service animals are permitted inside the building.  Learn more about the accessibility services offered throughout the park.

Last updated: June 30, 2018