About Independence National Historical Park
Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is home to a plethora of significant national landmarks in the US.
From Independence Hall which was the site where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed and Congress Hall, seat of Congress from 1790 to 1800, to the home of Benjamin Franklin, Independence Park offers visitors in-depth insight into the founding of the United States of America.
Independence National Historical Park is spread over 55 acres within the City of Philadelphia and offers visitors a variety of ranger guided walking tours as well as various indoor and outdoor activities.
Discover the best Historic Sites in the United States, from Independence Hall to Ellis Island and more, includes an interactive map of US cultural places, landmarks and monuments.
Discover a list of Revolutionary War sites and battlefields, from the Freedom Trail to Yorktown Battlefield and more, includes an interactive map of the sites, monuments and landmarks.
Follow in the footsteps of the Benjamin Franklin, from his house in London to Independence Hall, includes an interactive map.