Philadelphia

National Liberty Museum

Conveniently located in the heart of Old City Philadelphia the National Liberty Museum brings the idea of liberty to life through the stories of people, past and present, whose courageous actions inspire us to defend and advance freedom for all. Visitors to the NLM get a peek into Anne Frank’s world through a replica of her secret annex; view contemporary works of glass art that symbolize the fragility of liberty; and are reminded of the heroes of September 11 in our 9/11 Memorial exhibition featuring moving footage and photos of that fateful day. National Liberty Museum highlights:

•The Flame Gallery showcases the 21-ft Flame of Liberty by famed glass artist Dale Chihuly. Completely renovated in 2018, this space now offers a 360° experience of inspirational words, images, sounds, and voices, which incorporates the magnificent glass flame into the presentation.

•The Voyage to Liberty Gallery is filled with biblical scenes in stained glass to complement an exhibition about the colonists who came to America seeking religious freedom.

•The Heroes from Around the World Gallery explores people from all backgrounds and walks of life who contributed to the story of liberty around the world.

•The Live Like a Hero Gallery features rotating contemporary art exhibitions focused on freedom and liberty. Other museum highlights include the Jellybean Children, a colorful sculpture representing the diversity of America, a three-story exhibition paying tribute to the heroes and first responders of 9/11, and numerous contemporary works of glass art.

Location: 321 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Hours: 10 am-6 pm, daily (hours subject to change seasonally)




Hours (As of April 1, 2021) Please check for updated hours at www.libertymuseum.org) Friday - Sunday: 10:00am – 5:00pm

11/22 – Day before Thanksgiving – closing at 3pm

11/23 – Thanksgiving Day – Closed

12/24 – Christmas Eve – Closed

12/25 – Christmas Day – Closed

12/31 – New Year’s Eve – closing at 3pm

1/01/18 – New Year’s Day – Closed

Getting There

National Liberty Museum 321 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 Telephone: 215-925-2800

Closest Subway - 5th St / Independence Hall Station - MFL

Closest Bus Stop - 4th St & Chestnut St

Hop-on Hop-off Tour Stops

Tour - Stop 1 (The Liberty Bell, Independence Hall)

Tour - Stop 26 (Christ Church, Arden Theatre, Old City)

Street parking and parking garages also available

Conveniently located in the heart of Old City Philadelphia the National Liberty Museum brings the idea of liberty to life through the stories of people, past and present, whose courageous actions inspire us to defend and advance freedom for all. Visitors to the NLM get a peek into Anne Frank’s world through a replica of her secret annex; view contemporary works of glass art that symbolize the fragility of liberty; and are reminded of the heroes of September 11 in our 9/11 Memorial exhibition featuring moving footage and photos of that fateful day. National Liberty Museum highlights:

•The Flame Gallery showcases the 21-ft Flame of Liberty by famed glass artist Dale Chihuly. Completely renovated in 2018, this space now offers a 360° experience of inspirational words, images, sounds, and voices, which incorporates the magnificent glass flame into the presentation.

•The Voyage to Liberty Gallery is filled with biblical scenes in stained glass to complement an exhibition about the colonists who came to America seeking religious freedom.

•The Heroes from Around the World Gallery explores people from all backgrounds and walks of life who contributed to the story of liberty around the world.

•The Live Like a Hero Gallery features rotating contemporary art exhibitions focused on freedom and liberty. Other museum highlights include the Jellybean Children, a colorful sculpture representing the diversity of America, a three-story exhibition paying tribute to the heroes and first responders of 9/11, and numerous contemporary works of glass art.

Location: 321 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Hours: 10 am-6 pm, daily (hours subject to change seasonally)




Hours (As of April 1, 2021) Please check for updated hours at www.libertymuseum.org) Friday - Sunday: 10:00am – 5:00pm

11/22 – Day before Thanksgiving – closing at 3pm

11/23 – Thanksgiving Day – Closed

12/24 – Christmas Eve – Closed

12/25 – Christmas Day – Closed

12/31 – New Year’s Eve – closing at 3pm

1/01/18 – New Year’s Day – Closed

Getting There

National Liberty Museum 321 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 Telephone: 215-925-2800

Closest Subway - 5th St / Independence Hall Station - MFL

Closest Bus Stop - 4th St & Chestnut St

Hop-on Hop-off Tour Stops

Tour - Stop 1 (The Liberty Bell, Independence Hall)

Tour - Stop 26 (Christ Church, Arden Theatre, Old City)

Street parking and parking garages also available

ADULT:

$12.00

CHILD:

$6.00

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adult:

$12.00

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