A very small historical celebrity house with a very inconspicuous shape. It has a small two-story building with a small courtyard on the side. Many people gather here to perform and rest. The building has a sloping roof with delicate windows.
Admission TicketsFrom US$41.75
The House of Betsyros is also quite big. You can see a lot of interesting and special things in this place. The nearby visits are also quite rich. I really like to come here.
This is the first thing in the history of our trip to Philadelphia. Arriving before the opening is the fun of a quick flag ceremony (which happens at the opening time). The house is incredible and full of fun historical facts. I highly recommend the audio tour because you can get more information from the tour. Plan to walk through home in about 30-45 minutes. They also have a great gift shop where we buy souvenirs after the trip.
Wandering around in Philadelphia's old city, I stumbled upon it by accident. Only by seeing the standing introduction sign did I know that this place is also a historical site and a patriotic education base in Philadelphia.
This is the home of Philadelphia tailor Betsy Ross. She was born in 1752 and died in 1836. It is said that she sewed the first Star-Spangled Banner and produced the flag for the government for 50 years. The introduction stated that she represented those women who supported their families in the early days of the American Revolution and Republic. After reading the introduction, I feel that this is not the story of revolutionary soldiers embroidering red flags?
The house is visited for a fee. Early American flags are inserted on the windows on the second floor of the house. There is a small yard and beer garden next to the house, where you can buy drinks and rest. The fountain in the yard is very interesting. There are a few cats playing games around the fountain carved on the top and the fence. The image of peekaboo is very vivid and interesting.
In the old town area, passing by Betsy Ross's house, it was closed in the late afternoon. Betsy is an excellent tailor. Washington personally visited her and asked her to sew a flag for the United States. There were only 13 stars on the American flag at that time, symbolizing the 13 colonies of the United States when it was founded. There is a story about embroidering the red flag in Hongyan. The original expression of patriotism is universal.
Preston_Dominguez: 239 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19106-1999
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