Category:Liberty Bell Pavilion
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The Liberty Bell Pavilion was a building within Independence National Historical Park (INHP) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that housed the Liberty Bell from January 1, 1976 to October 9, 2003. Designed by the architectural firm of Mitchell/Giurgola Associates to be the Bell's permanent home, it stood for only 30 years. The Bell is currently housed in a much larger building, the Liberty Bell Center, completed in 2003. The Pavilion was demolished in 2006.
Media in category "Liberty Bell Pavilion"
The following 20 files are in this category, out of 20 total.
- Liberty Bell Center and Pavilion HABS 213785pv.jpg 1,024 × 742; 148 KB
- Liberty Bell Pavilion Bell Chamber HABS 213801pv.jpg 1,024 × 744; 127 KB
- Liberty Bell Pavilion Exterior HABS 213789pv.jpg 1,024 × 743; 119 KB
- Liberty Bell Pavilion Interior HABS 213798pv.jpg 1,024 × 741; 122 KB