Independence National Historic Park
Dedicated to preserving sites associated with the American Revolution, the Independence National Historical Park is a must-see when visiting Philadelphia. Set on 40 acres, the 60-year-old park boasts historic landmarks such as Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.
A national and iconic symbol of American independence, Liberty Bell is located one mile away from our centrally located hotel. Tickets are not required, however visitors are welcome to learn more about the history behind the bell at the neighboring visitors center.
Independence Hall and Carpenter's Hall
A World Heritage Site, Independence Hall represents the building where the United States Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were discussed and approved. The building was built in 1753, and since has become the center of the Independence National Historical Park.
Independence Visitor Center
Located within the Independence National Historic Park, stop by the Independence Visitor Center for a complimentary orientation into all things Philadelphia. From insights into culture and history to the best place to dine in the city, get you insider fix at the Visitors Center.
National Constitutional Center
Committed to bringing the United States Consitution to life, the National Constitutional Center hosts interactive exhibits and conversations to educate and inspire people around the world.
The Betsy Ross House
Iconic seamstress and flag-maker, Besty Ross sewed the first American Flag. It is believed that Ross lived in this house during this time, and it now represents one of the most visited sites in Philadelphia.