This was the old State Court. Note how the set up: judge seats, lawyers tables - are similar to our modern courts:
If you know your American paintings, you will recognize following room: it is the room that the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed in.
This is the Syng inkstand, used to sign the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. Along with the George Washington Chair, Independence Hall itself, and the Constitution, it is one of the few original surviving items.
Just across the courtyard from Independence Hall is the original Congressional Chamber:
Just off the Senate chambers are pictures of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette:
Government offices in the building. I believe the second one was the Library of Congress. It has expanded a bit...
The Liberty Bell:
Just down the street was Benjamin Franklin's grave:
And Betsy Ross' house and grave.
I have to admit, I surprisingly enjoyed this visit. It was good to be at the place where it all happened. Inspiring, one might say.