Betsy Ross House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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239 Arch Street

Philadelphia, PA 19106

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(215) 629-4026

  • 3 mentions in Taking my kids on a historical trip to Philadelphia? Where do I start?

    • Lissa P.

      Lissa P. said, "...and they'll have all of your tickets and information for the The Liberty Bell, Independence Mall, National Constitution Center and the Betsy Ross House. For a fun historical meal, try the City Tavern, where the servers are in 18th century costume and..." See More

    • Em F.

      Em F. said, "...heading down the number streets toward 5th-2nd, which is considered "Old City." There, you'll find historic museums, restored buildings like the Betsy Ross House, good food and shopping. It's worth popping into The Franklin Fountain for some yummy ice cream and loads..." See More

    • David M.

      David M. said, "...that will have all the info on the traditional tourist attractions: The Liberty Bell (unfortunately inside now), Independence Hall, Elfreth's Alley, Betsy Ross House, etc. If you have time be sure to visit Valley Forge. Philadelphia was the largest, most important, and..." See More

  • 1 mention in What should we see in 24 hours in Philadelphia with children?

    • ryan m.

      ryan m. said, "...The Franklin Institute - for science museum. Betsy Ross House (the woman who designed the American flag): Best place to eat is DiNic's Roast Pork and Beef (roast pork) in Reading Terminal Market...." See More

  • 1 mention in What's the best way to get from NYC, Philadelphia, Washington DC?

    • Debbie R.

      Debbie R. said, "...& Penn's Landing. Some historical places that I like in Philadelphia are Elfreth's Alley, the oldest residential neighborhood in the country, Betsy Ross House, the Art Museum, & Christ Church. I think Philly is an easier city to walk as compared to..." See More