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If your in the area to see the Liberty Bell then do the tour of this historic building too. If your on a budget there are some areas you can access for free or there is a more extensive tour for a charge. Interesting to...More
Good trip. This attraction is located directly in front of the Liberty Bell Center. We arrived at approximately 10:15 am after finishing our tour of the Liberty Bell Center. The President's House contained many informational plaques about the site of the nation's first executive mansion....More
Ok, a house may have been here but not anymore. Partial walls have been built and you can look down into the old foundations. There are a few display boards but apart from that, not a lot to see here.
This is where the queue...More
Since the first President's house wasn't preserved, the ghost house was supposed to show where the house stood. But as others have said, it seemed more about slavery -- not all tied to the 1st and 2nd president. So it was interesting, but I could...More
When visiting Independence Hall spare a few moments to visit the Presidents house that was for a hundred years, nowadays it looks like a pre-build on a housing estate, kind of funny when you first see it, but go across and have a look at...More
I wandered over to the President's House by chance because I was intrigued by the site, which features the outlines of a house but I discovered that it is about re-imaging the concept of "house" and, more importantly, who lives in it and how. I...More
Theres a movie playing about Washington’s slaves. It’s thought provoking. However I was confused because I was looking for a house. The whole concept is lost on me. Didn’t care for it, just hurried through as it was pouring and wasn’t interested in getting soaked...More
After the visitors center this is the first place you’ll see. There’s a frame of a house and mainly plaques to read. The old foundation or a piece of it is behind glass. I wasn’t impressed by the way they depicted history.