I'm here to get a free ticket to the Independence Palace, which is located at the Independence Visitor Center at the intersection of Sixth Street and Market Street. Walking into the tourist center, I couldn't help but "wow" with a large area. Photo exhibitions, short films, free promotional materials, consulting desks, bookstores, gift shops, snack restaurants, bathrooms, free wifi... services and promotions are excellent. This is the map of the park that I got including Italian, Russian, traditional and simplified Chinese. Special tours recommended by the Tourist Center include horse-drawn carriages, duck boats, etc. Tourist guides explain historical buildings and Philadelphia stories along the way.
Independent Tourist Center is actually a tourist center of this generation, where you can get tickets to visit independently, so many people also have convenience stores and bathrooms in it. In fact, there is still a certain distance from the Independence Palace. It takes about five minutes to ten minutes to walk through a grassland. It's still quite big inside. There's a part of it being decorated.
Independent Tourist Center is a place to provide guides for tourists. It can help you to introduce many routes and get free brochures. Recommend.