Visit William Penn’s “City of Brotherly Love.” Philadelphia is synonymous with the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution, Independence Hall, and the Liberty Bell, along with Benjamin Franklin and Betsy Ross. Our country’s first capital was established here. The first fire company, first hospital, first library, and first post office were founded here as well.
Sonshine Educational Tours can arrange visits to Lancaster County to see an Amish farm and home. Travel to Valley Forge National Park, Washington’s Crossing, and Gettysburg National Cemetery are also available.
Independence Hall, National Constitution Center, Liberty Bell Pavilion, Declaration House, Franklin Court, Betsy Ross House, Valley Forge historical Park, Congress Hall, Gettysburg National Cemetery, Amish Farm and House, Washington’s Crossing.
Sunshine State Standards
Social Studies (SS.A.5.3.2) The student understands ways that significant individuals and events influenced economic, social, and political systems in the United States after 1880.
Social Studies (SS.B.2.3.7) The student knows how various human systems throughout the world have developed in response to conditions in the physical environment.
Social Studies (SS.C.1.3.1) The student knows the essential ideas of American constitutional government that are expressed in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Federalist Papers, and other writings.
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