President’s House

File Photo. President's House (credit: Ed Fischer)

Historic President’s House Site Soon To Be Transferred From City To National Park Service

Five years after the opening of the historic President’s House near the Liberty Bell, the Nutter Administration is moving ahead with plans to turn over control of the problem-plagued site to the National Park Service.


Park service spokeswoman Jane Cowley (credit: Pat Loeb)

Advocates Urge Officials To Make Necessary Repairs To President’s House Exhibit

It took a monumental effort to get the President’s House exhibit open on Independence Mall four years ago, and now advocates are promising another campaign to get it operating properly.


One of the monitors at the President's House exhibit on Independence Mall is missing. (Credit: Lynne Adkins)

Monitors At President’s House To Be Replaced Early 2012

Visitors at the President’s House on Independence Mall will have to wait a while more before components are operational, again.


(At least two video displays were not working properly at the President's House today.  Credit: Ed Fischer)

City Replacing Finicky Video Displays At ‘President’s House’ Historic Site

The site, which opened just ten months ago on Independence Mall, has been plagued with technical problems right from the beginning.


(The crowd braves subfreezing temperatures at the ribbon-cuttting ceremony for the President's House Memorial Site.)

Official Opening Held For President’s House Memorial Site

The President’s House memorial site is open to the public after a moving ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday on Independence Mall.


An artist's rendering of the completed memorial.

The President’s House Memorial Opens Today

After almost a decade of public debate and sometimes heated argument, the President’s House memorial site opens on Independence Mall.