321 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
The National Liberty Museum uses a variety of intriguing exhibitions to encourage discussion about their broadest of topics. Glass art is a huge component of their collection, as it represents the beauty and fragility of freedom, as well as the need for transparency in government toward this end.
Equally as important to the museum is the universal hero, to whom a gallery is dedicated honoring 2,000 people of different backgrounds to promote pride in one's self and country. The visually stunning exhibits are mostly interactive, save for the stained glass gallery.