Meet Betsy Ross
Meet with Betsy Ross in her upholstery shop, daily 10 am – 4 pm.
All hours are subject to change without notice. Located at 239 Arch Street.
Independence Visitor Center
Meet a Once Upon A Nation History Maker! Who is that, you ask? They are lesser-known historic figures who lived in Philadelphia like David Salisbury Franks, a hero of the American Revolution and aide-de-camp to Benedict Arnold.
Thursdays through Saturday 11 am to 3 pm. Located at 6th & Market Streets
Free Quaker Meeting House
Visit this historic house of worship where Revolutionary War-ear Free Quakers met, and learn about their impact on Colonial Philadelphia.
Hours of Operation
- 11 am - 4 pm, Saturdays and Sundays through November
Do you hear the drum beating?
The Continental Army is recruiting a few good kids for drills in the art of marching and musket etiquette.
Location: Signers' Garden, 5th & Chestnut Streets
Dates and Hours:
- May 23 - 25, Memorial Day Weekend: 2 and 3 pm
- May 29 - June 6: 2 and 3 pm, Fridays and Saturdays
- June 9 - August: 2 and 3 pm, Tuesdays - Saturdays
- August 21 - September 5: 2 and 3 pm, Fridays and Saturdays
- September 6 & 7, Labor Day Weekend: 2 and 3 pm
End of Day Declaration Readings
Greet the History Makers and hear moving readings from the Declaration of Independence.
Location: Independence Square, behind Independence Hall
Dates and Hours:
- May 23 - 25, Memorial Day Weekend: 3:45 pm
- May 29 - June 6: 3:45 pm, Fridays and Saturdays
- June 9 - August: 3:45 pm, Tuesdays - Saturdays
- August 21 - September 5: 3:45 pm, Fridays and Saturdays
- September 6 & 7, Labor Day Weekend: 3:45 pm
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Plan your group trip to Historic Philadelphia with unique experiences from the Betsy Ross House, Franklin Square, Lights of Liberty, and Once Upon A Nation! From interactive Storytelling tours and Philadelphia-themed mini golf to performances by historic reenactors and dazzling 3-D shows, it's all listed right here!
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