Did you know that Colorado has a full-sized replica of the original Liberty Bell?   If you didn't know about the replica, you are not alone. In fact, most people are surprised to learn that the 2,100 pound bronze bell, a gift to Colorado in 1950, is located across the street from the Capitol in Lincoln Park. 

Colorado’s climate conditions and years of neglect have resulted in a dire need to restore the bell’s yoke and mounting structure to preserve it for future generations. Since 2011 it has taken a collective effort throughout the State of Colorado to restore the replica to a more stable, fully functioning bell. After September 17, 2014 the Colorado Liberty Bell Replica can once again be rung on patriotic observances and the missing dedication historical markers will commemorate the history and significance of the Colorado Liberty Bell Replica.

Thank you for your participation with Mount Rosa Chapter, NSDAR, to "Restore Colorado's Liberty Bell - Let Freedom Ring Again!"  


Rededication Ceremony September 17, 2014

Progress Report

Follow the progress of the bell's restoration including before and after pictures.


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Last updated on May 22, 2014