We offer rentals 7 days a week, 363 days a year.
You’re welcome to hold a breakfast meeting as early as 6 a.m., or stay dancing at your wedding until 3 a.m.
Time restrictions may apply if you are interested in renting the Grand Hall of the Independence Visitor Center. Please contact us for more details.
Our caterer is licensed to serve alcohol, and provides a full bar setup and bartending services. You may choose the bar package that works best for you; select from an extensive wine list, create a custom cocktail, or stick to the basics. It’s up to you!
Yes! The Liberty View is located on mezzanine level, directly above the Independence Gift Shop. Stop in the official gift shop of the Greater Philadelphia region for a wide variety of Philadelphia souvenirs.
If you would like to provide out-of-town guests with well-presented visitor information, we recommend placing a single or bulk order of the Philadelphia Official Visitors Guide.
Admission to Independence Hall is by timed-entry tour only. Timed tickets to tour Independence Hall must be reserved in advance online at Recreation.gov, or by phone at 1-877-444-6777. Tickets are free, but there is a non-refundable processing fee of $1 per ticket. Up to nine tickets can be reserved per account. Tickets can be printed or displayed on a mobile device to redeem at the entrance to Independence Hall. Visitors should arrive 30 minutes before their scheduled tour time to go through security screening.
Collapsible strollers are permitted to board the PHLASH at the driver's discretion. Riders must collapse the stroller before boarding.
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Facility rentals include use of the entire mezzanine level, tables, and banquet chairs.
Labor, one hour for setup, and one hour of breakdown are also included.
Philadelphia is a wonderful city to explore on foot. Try our visitor-friendly downtown bus loop, the Philly PHLASH, or the city's bike sharing program, Ride Indego. Check out our Get Around page for more suggestions on how to make navigating Philly a breeze.
Some museums, including National Constitution Center, Museum of the American Revolution, and Philadelphia Museum of Art offer bag storage with the cost of admission.
Convenient, onsite parking is available for visitors who start at the Visitor Center. The AutoPark at Independence Mall is a 24-hour, fully enclosed parking garage operated by the Philadelphia Parking Authority. Entrances are located on both 5th and 6th Streets, between Market and Arch Streets.
Since 2003, the Liberty Bell has been on display in a structure located on Independence Mall, called the Liberty Bell Center. No timed tickets are required to visit the Bell, but a security check is required for entry.