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It is a cool place to see because of its relationship to U.S. History but it is closed to the public so there isn't much to see. Stop by, take a look, read some signs and then move along.
Easy to find in the historic district (there are signs everywhere) and the building itself has a few plaques/signs on it with information. Worth a quick detour if you're in the area.
The attraction is very small, and can be done very quickly. Inside, there is a small display on the Declaration of Independence, which is not really much. And going upstairs, there are the 2 rooms that were rented out to Jefferson. Obviously, not the original...更多
anhand der Bewertungen hat dieses schöne rekonstruierte Haus seit Monaten geschlossen. Sehr schade und es steht nirgendwo... Wir haben uns...更多
Although I did not go inside the Declaration House, while I was only one block away I decided to walk by this historical landmark. If you are close, I definitely recommend that you at least walk by just because it is another important part of...更多
This is the house where Jefferson wrote and re-wrote the Declaration with the help of Franklin and Adams. Very informative tour by the ranger. One thing to be aware of...after Labor day, the house is only open on certain days. Call ahead of time, we...更多
We ran into this by accident...so glad we did!!! Excellent display of how and why the declaration was drafted! This was one of my favorite spots!!
The Declaration House where Thomas Jefferson drafted the declaration of independence has many very interesting artifacts and pictures to look at and read including drafts of the Declaration of Independence. The living space of the house is decorated in period correct furnishings and such. Very...更多
Tours are limited to 15 people so you will need to arrive about 15 minutes early. The lower level offers information about the document. The upper level has two rooms on display. The NPS could improve the building and utilize the space better. The Ranger...更多