1. Olden Daysways

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    I liked it. Time well spent. Free admission with a quick guided tour of the inside of the hall. See the Chair Washington used during the Constitutional Convention as well as the ink well used at the signing of the Declaration of Independence & the Constitution. Lincoln’s body also lay in state here in the same room in 1865. Check out the plaques in the ground out front and mill around out back in the square, like the people of the day hearing the Declaration read to them. Check out Washington Square right next door for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

  2. Jeffrey Gibson

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    I was shocked at the disrepair of this historical site. They could not even get some petty cash out of the drawer, buy a gallon of paint and paint the tower on top of the building??? Paint pealing everywhere??? Our tour guild looked like he was in a hurry to get to work, for got to shower wash his cloths and comb his hair. He did not speak up so he could be heard and look as if he had better things to do. The roof is cedar shakes and should be cleaned and sealed or should have slate put back on as most-likely it was when built. Real bummer!

  3. Thomas Wysocki

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    A great place to come and learn a bit more about how the United States was founded.

  4. WakeTheFUp SM

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    Going to see Dr. Paul in Philly on Sunday April 22th…!! Where better then to hear the message of freedom then where it all started..!!?!?!

  5. Theresa Drass

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    Concise and efficient way to learn about the country’s history.