The National Park Service estimated that 1.8 million people are expected to visit the Liberty Bell this year, the most since the Bicentennial in 1976 (see story). Park officials attribute the high tourism projections to three new facilities: the Liberty Bell Center; the National Constitution Center; and Independence Visitor Center.
Tuesday, December 28, 2004
- A Smoke Filled Room
- Above Average Jane
- Akkam's Razor
- All for the Taking
- Boundless Philadelphia
- East Falls Development Corporation
- Greater Philadelphia Sustainable Business Network
- Kiko's House
- Mere Cat
- Our Green Cities
- Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society
- Philadelphia Bicycle News
- Philadelphia is My Home
- Philly Future
- Pound for Pound
- The Next American City
- The Tattered Coat
- Young Philly Politics
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- Philadelphia Wage Tax Reductions Coming!
- Barnes' Collection Moving to Philly
- Reconvene the Continental Congress?
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- Councilman Cohen, Slowin'
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