In Philadelphia, Independence Hall was home to many of this country’s most important historical acts. If you have ever wanted to see where both the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were signed, you can still tour the room where it happened. The Liberty Bell also hung over Independence Hall until 1781, when the steeple was demolished due to structural problems. A more elaborate steeple and cupola were added in 1828 and now house the Centennial Bell (added in 1876).
Travel West through the state and you will reach Gettysburg, a top destination for tourists and history buffs. Seminary Ridge was right in the middle of the 3-day long battle, along with Schmucker Hall and its crowning cupola. Open to tours, people love taking in the view from this historic cupola, picturing themselves as the beleaguered General Buford, scanning the horizon for reinforcements.
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