We chose this because our daughter was with us. It was a cute little house with interactive "Characters". There was also a play kitchen that my daughter enjoyed. It was fun for us to do this as a family. I'd plan about 1-2 hours.
Besty Ross was a person of great work ethic and had business sense beyond her time. The home provides an audio or self guided (reading) tour. It's a great way to get an appreciation for the space people lived in 200 years ago and the sacrifices that were made as they stood for…
Beautifully restored and an interesting take on the political divisions within Philly at that time. We were fortunate to tour during Women's History month and the five different presenters all in period costume and character were excellent. The whole visit should nto take more…
Very cool thing to do! We actually weren’t thinking of it, but while walking around, we actually stumbled into here. Not disappointed
The admission cost is very low, it doesn't take long, and the written descriptions are very good. I went in Winter, and very few were walking through. A Betsy Ross impersonator was very chatty. Also the grave of her and her husband were there.