Visiting the Declaration House
The Declaration House is located at 7th and Market Streets. The entrance door is through the courtyard on 7th Street.
Hours and Fees
Through May 31, 2017: Closed
Check back for summer hours.
Admission is FREE.
No tickets are required to visit.
There are exhibits about the Declaration of Independence on the first floor of the building, along with a brief video shown in the theater. On the second floor, visitors see a parlor and bed chamber furnished as they might have been when Thomas Jefferson lived at this site.
The Declaration House is wheelchair accessible on the first floor only (note: there is a slight lip on the threshold). After entering into the courtyard, go around to the west door for access. The video is open captioned and audio described. Assistive listening devices are available on-site. Learn more about the accessibility services offered throughout the park on our website.