The Hall is packed with exhibits, a replica Liberty Bell, presidential artifacts and a recreation of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Admission is free and open daily from 10am to 4pm.
Why build Independence Hall? There are many reasons. It is not only the most historical building in America, but it is one of our most beautiful and stately structures.
Our greatest documents — the Declaration of Independence and our Constitution — were both worked out and signed there.
Just as Ghost Town vividly reminds us of our gold rush beginnings in California, Independence Hall takes us back to the very founding of our country.
Truly, this building is the birthplace of America and the greatest shrine to individual freedom in all the world.
Like Ghost Town, Independence Hall is a milestone in the history of the Farm. It is a reminder of some of the most crucial events in all of our history.
FUN FACT: A full-size replica, and is claimed to be the only existing exact replica in the US of the original structure. The interior scenes of Independence Hall for the Nicolas Cage movie National Treasure were filmed here.
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Walter Knott's personal labor of love, Independence Hall, is the nation's only brick-by-brick replica of the original in Philadelphia. Entering its hallowed halls, you'll feel as if you've stepped back into time. From the room where the Declaration of Independence was signed to the exact duplicate of the 2,075 pound duplicate of the Liberty Bell (complete with signature crack!), Independence Hall stands as a symbol of the hard work and determination of the men and women who made this great nation.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".