The Gift Shop
The Liberty Bell Museum, LLC gift shop is an Internet-based mail order company that specializes in Colonial, Revolutionary War and Civil War era costumes, clothing and accessories. The gift shop features a large selection of reproduction American historical documents, feather quill writing pens, and reproduction Colonial and Civil War era coins and currency.
The gift shop also specializes in Historic Philadelphia souvenirs and gifts. And, of course, we sell replicas of the Liberty Bell!
The Liberty Bell Museum, LLC is an on-line or "virtual" exhibit of a private collection of Liberty Bell memorabilia, relics and souvenirs dating back to the 1800's. The museum pieces are on display to foster interest in America's past, stir memories, guide collectors and encourage generations new and old to share in the heritage of our Nation's history. The collection contains hundreds of items, yet is by no means an exhaustive inventory of Liberty Bell resources and objects.
At this time, the museum is only open for visiting on the Internet, however, we are dedicated to the ongoing expansion of the museum. Please enjoy your on-line visit and feel free to let us know how we can improve your experience for the future!
The museum and gift shop are operated by Dinah and Steve Hale, re-enactors of the 18th century American Revolutionary War and Colonial eras in the northeastern region of the United States. Steve Hale is a member of Thomas Knowlton's Rangers of whom Nathan Hale was a fighting member. Dinah Hale is a member of the 19th Connecticut Regiment of Foote of the Continental Army, the regiment Nathan Hale was assigned to in 1776. Both are members of Ye Olde Towne Lebanon Militia in Lebanon, Connecticut whose primary initiative is to re-enact the very same militia unit that existed in 1775. Dinah and Steve are also members of the Warehouse Point Ancient Fifes & Drums Corps in Warehouse Point, Connecticut.
Liberty Bell Museum, LLC
6 Butler Rd
Manchester, CT 06042
For all Gift Shop inquiries or questions about your order, send an email to Gift Shop Customer Service.
For questions about the Museum and the collection, send an email to the Curator.
|Liberty Bell Museum, LLC copyright 2010
An Internet Museum since March 20, 1997
Liberty Bell Museum, LLC is a private organization and is not associated or partnered with Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia where the Historic Liberty is exhibited or the National Park Service.