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The Declaration House is a recreation of the house built by Jacob Graff in 1775, where Thomas Jefferson rented two rooms and wrote the Declaration of Independence.
The Declaration House is a recreation of the house built by Jacob Graff in 1775, where Thomas Jefferson rented two rooms and wrote the Declaration of Independence. The first floor of the house contains exhibits and a short film about the Declaration, while the second floor where Jefferson lived has been recreated with period furniture.
599 South 7th Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States
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