Day 3 in Philadelphia was filled with lots of history. First stop of the day was to Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell, previously known as the State House Bell, was in the tower of the Pennsylvania State House.
Tate really enjoyed the Liberty Bell; which really surprised me. At dinner he mentioned that he likes it because of the crack in it. Nobody actually knows exactly when the bell cracked but it is presumed to be in the 1840s.
After our trip to the Liberty Bell we headed to Independence Hall after finally preparing ahead and getting our timed entry tickets. Unfortunately Tate and I didn’t get to see any of it due to a well timed urgent toilet break required by Tate. Thus, all the photos were taken by Richard.
After Independence Hall we headed to the National Constitution Center.
After lots of inside activities we headed to Sister Cities Park which we’d passed in previous days for some water play fun. Tate and Knox were so excited to have a play after a less kid friendly day and after watching kids splash around last time we were there. We were lucky that the day was a hot 30+ Celsius day.