Independence Hall is a building on Independence Square in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, known as the place where the Declaration of Independence was discussed, negotiated, and signed in 1776; the place where the U.S. Constitution was signed. From 1775 to 1783, the building was used as a meeting place for the Second Continental Congress. Currently, the building is part of the US Historical Park and is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The building was built in 1753 according to the design of E. Woolley and E. Hamilton in the Gregorian style. After its reconstruction in 1820, Independence Hall acquired the features of classicism, but was restored to its historical appearance in 1950.
How to get there: by buses No. 21, 38, 42, 9 to the stop. Chestnut St & 6th St or take the subway to 5th St Independence Hall.