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Carpenters' Hall
Top 6 in Can't-Miss Landmarks

10 Reviews
Open on Tue-Sun,10:00am-4:00pm
Address: 320 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106-2708
Phone: 215/925-0167

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The Carpenter's Hall was the site of the first Continental Congress in North America. The name of the house comes from the company of the same name, because at that time the ownership of the house belonged to this company. On September 5, 1774, people from the colonies of North America at that time gathered here for a meeting. It was open until October and wrote to the King of England requesting that the colony be regarded as a whole and making a request. If the requirements are not met, the second The next meeting in the year. Therefore, although the house is not big, it is very important in American history. Every important day, such as the anniversary of the British occupation of Philadelphia, there will be a costume event. Some people will play the role of the British army, some will play the role of civilians, and some will play the role of militia.

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  • Lisa B
    Lisa B

    Birthplace of America’s Identity

    A historic building on historic grounds. It was amazing to see how close in proximity all the buildings are to one another.

    Reviewed on /Date(1604671819000+0800)/
  • Prawet J
    Prawet J
    Washington DC, District of Columbia, USA

    Another piece of history of Philly

    Carpenters' Hall is located in the Independence National Historic Park with a few minutes walk from the Independence Hall. Many visitors tend to focus on the main two places, the Independence Hall an...

    Reviewed on /Date(1602746899000+0800)/
  • rober_teo925

    Carpenters Hall

    Space dedicated to workers and carpenters who built much of the city of Philadelphia. It also served as a meeting place to organize and plan the construction of the urban area. It is relatively smal...

    Reviewed on /Date(1580270163000+0800)/
  • Kirk E
    Kirk E
    Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

    worth a look

    Only a block away from Independence Hall (where security measures make every visit a slog), Carpenters’ Hall receives a tiny fraction of that iconic monument’s visitors, but possesses an even more sto...

    Reviewed on /Date(1579702659000+0800)/
  • Amy M
    Amy M
    Cleveland, Ohio

    Short visit

    There was not really too much to see in here. Interesting to see for historical purposes but only a ten minute or so to see everything.

    Reviewed on /Date(1571627708000+0800)/

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