Visiting The Betsy Ross House in Old City Philadelphia

Visit The Betsy Ross House in Old City Philadelphia

Visit The Betsy Ross House in Old City Philadelphia

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Betsy Ross House PhillyPhiladelphia, PA - When you visit Old City Philadelphia, you should see the Betsy Ross House. The home is a historic landmark and the place where Betsy first made the American flag. It's also a great place to learn the city's history, and you can even go into the original house Betsy lived in while sewing the first American flag. The historic building is also a great place to visit for a family outing or a romantic evening with your significant other.

Visiting The Besty Ross House in Old City

For history buffs, the Betsy Ross House is a popular stop. You can visit the basement, where musket cartridges were made, the parlor, and the bedroom where the first flag was sewn. You can also visit the upholstery shop and see the flag. The rooms are all divided into different sections, each with its own unique story to tell. The Betsy's Ross House has changed over the years, but the original interior remains the same.

While visiting the Betsy Ross House, don't forget to check out the museum. The museum offers tours that will teach you a lot about the family, how life was for free Black women during the 18th century, and the history of the American flag. There are audio guides available to help you learn more about the family and the Revolutionary War and her connection to the flag.

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