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National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia

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TripAdvisor
  • Across Chestnut Street from Carpenter’s Hall in Old City Philadelphia is the National Liberty Museum, and the huge banner of Nelson Mandela, the hero of South African liberation, flapping in the wind ...  more »
  • I visited the National Liberty Museum in February 2017. It is an interesting little museum. The entrance fee is $7 or $5 if you have a AAA membership. The best part of the museum is the exhibit Heroes...  more »
  • This little gem is hidden away, but worth the effort to go. Moving portraits of persons and events who helped shape our nation and world and fought for freedom. The gentleman who greeted us was very f...  more »
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  • Don't be fooled by the name the national liberty center, it is far from any of your expectations. If you like to see pictures of Americans who died on 911 and you enjoy glass vases then this is the place to visit. Why it's called the national liberty center doesn't make sense at all to me. The name is a scam to get you to go inside.
  • Fantastic place to visit. I strongly recommend taking a tour.
  • I visited the National Liberty Museum earlier this month, and I found it to be a wonderful experience. For the art lover, there are some beautiful art glass exhibits, and I found the museum's theme of character-based education through the lens of liberty to be truly moving. Some of the exhibits that use artwork to highlight the many challenges at-risk youth face in modern America are emotional, but hope is offered by highlighting historical examples of folks who have overcome challenges by focusing on leadership and good character, diversity and inclusion. Definitely worth a visit, and the museum can be easily experienced with an hour of spare time.
  • Would thoroughly recommend for all ages....possibly not really for under 6 s but so worth a visit . Extremely informative and thought provoking from the introductory video. We spent a lot longer than we thought we would and learned so much. Well done all involved with this Liberty Museum.
  • Today, I had the opportunity to visit the National Liberty Museum with my students. I had never visited the museum before, and was blown away by all the exhibits. Our guides were wonderful and very knowledgeable. The students also couldn't stop raving about everything they learned and saw. I will definitely be going back again, this time without my students, to see and learn more. It was such a great experience for all.