National Liberty Museum
Photo by J. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia

National Liberty Museum

Located in the heart of Historic Philadelphia, the National Liberty Museum brings liberty to life through stories of people whose character and courage have expanded liberty for all, in order to educate and inspire visitors to think about liberty as an ongoing human quest.

Visitors enjoy an inspiring and entertaining experience, and interact with incredible stories of heroes and a collection of contemporary art.

The gallery around the famous “Flame of Liberty” by Dale Chihuly (pictured above) has been renovated into an immersive, can't-miss experience.


Adult $12.00
Senior $10.00
Student $8.00
Youth (age 5 - 17) $6.00
Child (under age 5) $0.00
Sub Total: $0.00
Open Thursday - Monday
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

wheelchair-accessibleWheelchair Accessible


National Liberty Museum

321 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
United States


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