Parking Rates Near Liberty Bell
|Parking Type||SpotHero Average Rental Price|
|Commuter Parking||$15 - $20|
|Weekend Parking||$13 - $25|
|Event Parking||$10 - $24|
|Overnight Parking||$25 - $29|
Parking Near Liberty Bell
If it's your first time in Philadelphia, the Liberty Bill should be high on your list of attractions (plus, admission is free!). The Liberty Bell first rang atop the tower of the Pennsylvania Statehouse (now Independence Hall) back in 1776 but eventually cracked after around 90 years of use.
After a failed repair attempt, the bell was put out of use and preserved. It later became a symbol of hope and freedom for abolitionists, women's suffragists, civil rights leaders, and other defenders of freedom in large part due to its inscription: "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants Thereof."
Save time and trouble by reserving a parking spot with Spot Hero before your visit to Philadelphia and the Liberty Bell.
Where can I park near the Liberty Bell?
The Liberty Bell is one of the city's most popular attractions, so free or metered street parking can be very difficult to find. Rather than spending time circling the area looking for spots that may not exist, book parking in a nearby lot or garage with SpotHero.
Nearby Parking Options
60 S 4th St. (400 Ranstead St) - Bourse Garage
258 S 6th St - Hopkinson House Valet
210 Filbert St
107 S 10th St. - Jefferson Garage
550 Race St. - National Constitution Center Garage
12 N Front St. (101 Market St.) - Valet-Assist Lot