Betsy Ross House

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The legendary American upholsterer and seamstress may have lived in this charming brick house in the late 1700s to the early 1800s. It is said to be the place where she sewed the proto-American flag. Along with Washington's cherry tree and other myths of the American Revolution there is no solid evidence to back this legend of Betsy Ross' American flag. Still the house is a nice glimpse into the past when the idea of independence from Britain was barely past the execution stage. The house is open for tours Tuesday through Sunday from 10 AM to 4 PM and tickets cost $5 per adult. Last entry is at 3:30.

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Betsy Ross house
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Betsy Ross house
Betsy Ross house
Betsy’s house is located between the museum and streetfront house.