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America’s Most Historic Square Mile

 

To experience Philadelphia’s role in early American history, start your visit in the nation’s most historic square mile, Independence National Historical Park, home to Independence Hall and the iconic Liberty Bell. Follow in the footsteps of the Founding Fathers as you travel back in time to hear the stories that would lead to a Revolution. For custom itineraries and more information on what to see and do, go to VisitPhilly.com.

Independence Visitor Center

Located in Independence National Historical Park, at the intersection of 6th and Market Streets, the Independence Visitor Center is the official visitor center of Greater Philadelphia, and the exclusive location to pick up free, timed tickets to tour Independence Hall.

National Marian Anderson Historic Residence Museum

Her name is unmistakable. Her voice is legendary. And she’s from Philadelphia. Welcome to the home of Marian Anderson, arguably America's greatest contralto singer of the 20th century. Located on 762 South Marian Anderson Way, this  museum showcases the famous opera singer’s recording space, record room and dining area.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Independence Visitor Center. 

Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial

All aboard the most decorated battleship in Naval History! Docked on the Camden Waterfront, the Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial offers visitors a variety of ways to experience the ship, including walk-up tours daily. The Battleship also offers overnight encampments , group tour packages, and space for meeting and social affairs. 

Tour tickets are available for purchase online or at the Independence Visitor Center. 


 

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