The Liberty Bell's History?

Answer As British troops progressed toward Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in September 1777, U.S. cavalrymen fled to a northern destination with the capital city's bells, including the Liberty Bell, in tow. ... Read More »

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What was the Liberty Bell's original name?

The Liberty Bell originally was known as the State House Bell because it was located in the Pennsylvania State House (later renamed Independence Hall) in Philadelphia. The American Anti-Slavery Soc... Read More »

What is the value of a postage stamp that has a Liberty Bell on it?

The stamp that has the Liberty Bell on it, as of 2010, is the Forever Stamp, and it is used to mail a First Class letter weighing up to 1 oz. The value of a Forever Stamp is always the same as that... Read More »

Can you still use Liberty Bell stamps without extra postage?

The Liberty Bell stamps issued by the United States Postal Service are known as "Forever Stamps." These stamps, sold at the standard stamp face value at the time of purchase, will equal the postage... Read More »

What is a good place to eat lunch near the liberty bell and independence hall in philadelphia, pa?

Some of the best restaurants in the city are right there in Old City (which unfortunately means some of the most expensive restaurants in the city!). Walk down Market or Chestnut (towards 2nd), an... Read More »