Parking Near Independence Hall
Philadelphia is a city that boasts a rich history, and any history buff should be sure to stop by Independence Hall upon visiting the city. Independence Hall was completed back in 1753 -- before the United States was formed -- and originally served as the Pennsylvania State House, back when Philadelphia served as the state's capital.
Most famously, America's Founding Fathers debated and adopted two essential American documents in Independence Hall. First, was the Declaration of Independence, which proclaimed the United States' sovereignty from Great Britain. Second, was the Constitution, the legal underpinning of this great nation.
Reserve your parking spot with SpotHero before your visit to Independence Hall so you can eliminate the grueling parking search and save time for more exploration.
Where can I park near Independence Hall?
As one of the United States' most iconic historical sites, Independence Hall remains a popular destination year-round. Plus, it's near the city center where parking can seem like an impossible task. We highly recommend using SpotHero to book parking in a nearby lot or garage as early as possible.
Nearby Parking Options
60 S 4th St. (400 Ranstead St) - Bourse Garage
626 Sansom St. - Curtis Center Valet Garage
11 S 7th St. (618 Market St.) - Garage
99 N 4th St. (400 Arch St.) - Wyndham Philadelphia Historical District - Garage
518 Manning Walk (249 S 6th St) - Washington Square Garage
258 S 6th St - Hopkinson House Valet