Lodging near Liberty Bell.Liberty Bell, perhaps the most famous attraction in downtown Philadelphia, is an easy 5-minute walk from the Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District hotel. Guests at the hotel can visit the Liberty Bell at their leisure without having to worry about parking and other distractions. Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District is a full-service hotel that offers Philadelphia vacation packages, complimentary Internet access, onsite dining, meeting rooms, and a rooftop swimming pool. Find the best rates and availability on Wyndham Philadelphia Historic District hotel vacation packages direct on our website any time of day!
Liberty Bell Facts.The Liberty Bell, encased in glass, sits near Independence Hall in Independence National Historical Park. Liberty Bell weighs roughly 2,000 pounds and is made primarily of copper and tin. Trace amounts of gold, silver, zinc, lead and arsenic further the composition. The yoke, made of American elm, is believed to be original. Prior to finding a permanent home outside Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell was a traveling exhibit of sorts until 1915. The famous crack extending up the side of the bell has been a permanent distinction since 1846 when Liberty Bell was rung for the last time.
Visit Liberty Bell.On display in a giant glass case, the Liberty Bell is a stoic icon that sits outside near Independence Hall. There is no charge to visit the Liberty Bell. Park hours are generally 9am to 5pm, daily, excluding Christmas day. Park hours may be extended during summer months. In addition to seeing the actual Liberty Bell, visitors to Independence National Historical Park can visit Liberty Bell Center for in-depth information, including exhibits and video presentations, on the history of Liberty Bell and its significance in American history.
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