Betsy Ross House
History is everywhere in the nation’s first capital, from the cobblestone streets of Old City to the grassy quads of Penn. So it’s no surprise that the creator of our nation’s flag and one of the most important women in American history, Betsy Ross, lived and worked right here in Philadelphia
Lisa Acker Moulder, director of the Betsy Ross House, says that from December 26th through 31st, they’ll be hosting free historic chocolate-making demonstrations.
The newest crop of Philadelphia historymakers and storytellers begin their work this Memorial Day weekend after graduating at a ceremony at the Betsy Ross House.
The Betsy Ross House is holding a special event Friday night. It is an evening of mourning that will examine death in the life of Colonial Philadelphia.
There is a new and different kind of exhibit at The Betsy Ross House which explores death in the 18th century.
Located along the mall, visitors can see everything from the Liberty Bell to the Betsy Ross House to the National Constitution Center.
The Betsy Ross House has a new exhibit designed especially for the younger set.