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This is a must visit for your Philadelphia history tour.
Really cool museum. Great Betsy actor when we went. Crazy school groups.
This 18th-century home celebrates the birth of the American flag and the well-known story of the woman that first sewed together the Stars & Stripes.
$5 for admission
Movie night is awesome...May thru October! Check it out.
Put your camera on silent and carefully take pictures. Betsy Ross helped fight for freedom & independence, and as America's first graphic designer she wouldn't stand for creativity being extinguished.
Do a self guided tour and pay a donation vs. The $7 audio tour.
Good part of history to see
It's clear that the people who work here are really passionate about Betsy Ross's history and it's wonderful to see that(:
I recommend the audio tour
Cute little house. Go during an event. Not worth it by itself.
Definitely do the audio tour. It adds so much!
Take the audio tour worth thd teo bucks extra
was here today ...... with Barbara Faller, Scott Mitchell, " POP " and Barbara's family from IDAHO
Take a tour of Betsy Ross's house and learn the technique she developed to cut out all those stars quickly.
Frank is the nicest & most helpful employee. He's the greatest! He went above & beyond his job. Recalibrated the penny machine & made sure I got all four designs :)
There is no proof she actually made the American Flag. Also, this is not her real house... her house was where the pavement is next to the house.
According to the History Channel Betsy lived there for 112 years!?!
Betsy Ross, credited with sewing the first American flag, is believed to have worked and resided in this house, built around 1740, from 1773 to 1885.
This is a nice place 2 go 2 and see the house where Betsy Ross lived.
The trees against the wall, behind Betsy's grave, are Magnolias. Very tall, yes, but still very true.
Believe it or not, Ms. Ross hosts free AT&T wi-fi. :)
$2.50 for a hot dog here, not 2 bad. Would love if u friend me facebook.com/bluejeanfood or like facebook.com/bluejeanfoodcritic & twitter @bluejeanfood
alternative audio tour/scavenger hunt for kids
Hours: 10 am - 5 pm
This is a cool place. Walk around the area and take it all in
Driveby checkin mayors suck!
'Merica! Fuck yeah!
Besty's Crib....Very insightful
Bring the kids! If your tyke is the youngest in the room during the sewing demonstration, he/she will get a surprise!
If you're lucky to the catch the live flag sewing demonstration, ask Betsy for a "portrait" and she'll happily oblige
Was small but nice recreation of her house no photography cute little gift shop. Go at the right time and u can watch the reenactment of her sewing the flag.
A cute historical place to visit ! The nation's first post office is across the street, and you can snail mail yourself a special commemorative post card !
visit pa is great , to LIVE THERE IS WAY BETTER !
I think the only reason why we got to see the place was because my dog got a private tour while we were at the King Tut exhibit. Normally not so dog friendly tho. Leave fido @ home.
The Betsy Ross Memorial is the only site in America that interprets an 18th century upholstery shop.
Only open till 5 daily...
Guests love to take pictures of the courtyard, but that wasn't even there when Betsy lived here for 13 years. Don't forget to take a picture outside the front of the house, just to your left when you'