Liberty Bell Museum Holds Independence Day Program
6 June, Allentown — On Monday, 4 July, at 1:30 PM, the Liberty Bell Museum will participate in the National Bell Ringing Ceremony with Allentown’s Official Mouse, Pip! The program will start at 1:30, and the Liberty Bell Replica will be rung precisely at 2:00 PM in conjunction with bells across the Nation.
The Liberty Bell Museum will supply age-appropriate crafts for children of different ages, and punch and cookies for refreshments. A VIP (Very Important Patriot) will also read a book for the children in attendance. The current exhibit celebrates the 60th Anniversary of the Liberty Bell Museum and its contributions to the community over the last six decades.
“The bells rang for freedom during the American Revolution. The bells need to ring in 2022 to ensure that we, as a nation, maintain that same freedom for our children,” said Rev. Joshua Knappenberger, Director of the Liberty Bell Museum.
Tours of the museum will be available from 12–1:30 PM and following the program until 4 PM.
Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for children aged 5-17. There is no admission charge for children 4 and under.
The Liberty Bell Museum is located at historic Zion’s Church at 622 W. Hamilton Street, Allentown. Parking is available on-street or at the Community Parking Deck located at 6th and Walnut Streets. For more information, please contact us at 610-435-4232, email@example.com, or our website at www.libertybellmuseum.org.
Information provided to TVL by:
Rev. Joshua Knappenberger
Liberty Bell Museum
622 Hamilton St., Allentown PA 18101