Independence National Historical Park

Description:

Independence Hall echoes these words. Nearby the old cracked Bell proclaims liberty. The spirit of Franklin is alive in his adopted city. Become part of America's journey in discovering its past.

Directions:

From the South Take I-95 North. Follow signs for Central Phila./I-676 (Exit 22). Follow signs for Phila./Independence Hall/Callowhill Street. Keep right at the ramp fork. Stay straight on Callowhill Street. Turn left onto North 6th Street. The parking facility is under our building on the left side of 6th Street between Arch and Market Streets.

via Benjamin Franklin Bridge: Take the NJ Turnpike to Exit 4. Take Route 73 North to Route 38 West to US-30. Take US-30 West over the Benjamin Franklin Bridge to I-676. Follow signs for 5th and 6th Streets. Stay in right lane. Go past 5th Street exit. Follow signs for Independence Hall/6th Street. Make a right at the first light onto Franklin Street. Go around bend. Merge onto 6th Street South. Stay to your left toward 6th Street/Independence Hall. The parking facility is under our building on the left side of 6th Street between Arch and Market Streets.

Phone:

(215) 597 8787

Email:

indevisitorinfo@nps.gov

Address:

Independence National Historical Park 143 South Third Street

Philadelphia, PA 19106

Activities:

Interpretive Programs Visitor Center

Organization:

NPS - National Park Service

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