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  1. #1
    Dec 2003

    Visiting Independence Hall

    I'm going to Philly to see family this weekend, and I'm interested it touring Independence Hall.

    Has anyone here ever gone there?
    I just want to know how much it costs, and if the have tours on Sunday.

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  2. #2
    Dec 2006
    Arlee, MT

    Re: Visiting Independence Hall

    I've been there many times, and I don't recall there being an admission price. I'm not sure about it being open on Sunday, but I think it is, since it's administrated by the same park rangers that we have out here in Yellowstone and Clacier. They're regular park service guards. Hopefully this isn't too late for your trip, but don't even try to park in the neighborhood, park along Broad Street and take the subway. The streets in the historic district don't allow for much parking at all, and if you take the subway you can get a full tour.

    Like I said, hopefully it's not too late, if it is, I hope you enjoyed it.

  3. #3
    Jun 2003
    Arizona's White Mountains

    Re: Visiting Independence Hall

    Not too historical, but if you're in Philly try the tethered hot air baloon next to the Philly Zoo. Great view of the city and a bit of a thrill on a windy day.
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