Philadelphia

National Liberty Museum

Due to concern regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), National Liberty Museum will be closed to the public beginning March 14

Find your own place in the story of liberty at the National Liberty Museum, located in the heart of historic Philadelphia.

Through interactive exhibits and galleries, learn all about real-life heroes in the history of the global quest for liberty, including Jackie Robinson, Nelson Mandela, Jim Henson, Malala Yousafzai, Anne Frank, and Mahatma Gandhi — just to name a few.

The “Welcome to Liberty” gallery invites visitors into the museum with interactive iPad exhibits, an array of contemporary glass art, and educational liberty games and quizzes. Then make your way to Liberty Hall, a meeting room that houses the museum’s collection of White House china and military medals. See the Flame of Liberty, a 21-foot glass sculpture crafted for the museum by famous American glass artist Dale Chihuly. The flame illuminates an exhibit featuring heroes from around the globe who’ve kept the freedom flame burning.

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)


Due to concern regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), National Liberty Museum will be closed to the public beginning March 14

Find your own place in the story of liberty at the National Liberty Museum, located in the heart of historic Philadelphia.

Through interactive exhibits and galleries, learn all about real-life heroes in the history of the global quest for liberty, including Jackie Robinson, Nelson Mandela, Jim Henson, Malala Yousafzai, Anne Frank, and Mahatma Gandhi — just to name a few.

The “Welcome to Liberty” gallery invites visitors into the museum with interactive iPad exhibits, an array of contemporary glass art, and educational liberty games and quizzes. Then make your way to Liberty Hall, a meeting room that houses the museum’s collection of White House china and military medals. See the Flame of Liberty, a 21-foot glass sculpture crafted for the museum by famous American glass artist Dale Chihuly. The flame illuminates an exhibit featuring heroes from around the globe who’ve kept the freedom flame burning.

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)


ADULT:

$7.00

CHILD:

$2.00

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adult:

$7.00

child:

$2.00

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