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It’s here that the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence.

Popular Landmarks

B. Free Franklin Post Office

Visit the only colonial-themed post office still in operation today by the United States Postal Service.

Betsy Ross House

The home that is believed to be the location where Betsy Ross sewed the first American flag.

Photo by Jim, the Photographer

Carpenter's Historic Hall

Constructed in 1770, the hall was the location of the First Continental Congress in 1774.

Photo by Xiquinho Silva

Christ Church

From 1754 to 1810, the church's tower and steeple was the tallest structure in what is now the United States.

Photo by Aaron Vowels

Christ Church Burial Ground

Visit the resting place of Benjamin Franklin, and his wife, Deborah.

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Elfreth's Alley

Wander this historic street with 32 homes dated between 1703 and 1836.

Photo by Céline Harrand

Independence Hall

The location of both the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution.

Photo by Xiquinho Silva

Liberty Bell

The famous cracked bell is a symbol of freedom.

Photo by William Warby

President's House

Home to George Washington and John Adams during their presidencies.