Independence Hall is a multipurpose building which is an important part of American History as it is the place where the independence of the United States and the United States Constitution were debated and adopted. Independence Hall is situated in Independence National Historic Park in Philadelphia, USA. Independence Hall was built in 1753, it was then used as a State House and became a meeting place for the Second Continental Constitution and the Constitutional Convention. Independence Hall is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The building is open as a tourist attraction.
If using the city’s underground subway take the ‘5th St Independence Hall Station - MFL’ stop. The closest train station is ‘Jefferson’ this is served by many train lines that travel into the city. The closest bus stop is at ‘Independence Hall’ a minute walk away, the 17, 33, and 48 buses stop there.
Opening Times and Admission
The hall is open to people from 9am-5pm. The only way you can see inside the building is by going on a tour, these run every 15-30 minutes and are completely free.