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The President's House

6th and Market Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19106
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6th and Market Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19106
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was the site of the President's House. It is clearly marked where the house once stood with various information boards informing you of the history. It is right next to The Liberty Bell Center. It is free. It is also interesting to see the...More

Thank Victoria N
Reviewed 24 March 2017 via mobile

The President's House was basically a frame of the house. It had video narratives and posted information of the owned slaves aspect of slavery and in depth information on the timeline of America and the slaves arrival and liberation. There was also a display of...More

Thank thelibradiva
Reviewed 19 February 2017

This place is worth a quick stop on your way to the Liberty Bell. There is not much left of this place, but they did find the original foundation. They have laid out where the original house sat. While there, think about how far the...More

Thank jediknight101
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Very cool how they have the foundation preserved. Great to see the walls built to show you what it roughly looked like. A quick visit before going to the Liberty bell.

Thank MarkVatta
Reviewed 8 November 2016 via mobile

The President's house was an interesting visit. We saw President Washington's original house! The trip was interesting and the kids enjoyed it.

Thank Jewelssssssssss
Reviewed 6 August 2016

I was especially interested in seeing this "new" site on this trip to Philadelphia as I followed the archeological excavation when it was being done on webcam. I also seem to remember some controversy when the excavation was finished as to whether to restore it...More

Thank GW B
Reviewed 2 August 2016 via mobile

It is worth it to stop here just to listen to the various slaves' stories. You can also see really cool archaeological remains of the house's foundation. It doesn't seem like much when you look at it from across the street (many people don't even...More

Thank Eddie B
Reviewed 18 July 2016

The last time I was in Philadelphia, this site had not even been excavated, so it was fascinating to see what they'd done with the area. The entire foundation and walls are now visible through the plastic plexiglass viewing planes. It really gives you a...More

Thank Larry W
Reviewed 5 July 2016

This is an interesting area of how the Presidents house would of looked if it was still standing. There are various things to read around it and a place where you can see the old foundation.

Thank jhd28
Reviewed 22 June 2016 via mobile

Directly across from the parking under the Independence Visiter Center is the house where George Washington lived after leaving office. It's free and open air with movies of actors portraying historical figures. Definitely check it out .

Thank Nicholus S
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