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Thaddeus Kosciuszko National Memorial

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Address: 301 Pine St, Philadelphia, PA 19106-4212
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The smallest site in the National Park Service, this building is not far from Independence Hall and worth a stop. I enjoyed the short film about Thaddeus. I love checking out... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
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Denver, CO
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Denver, CO
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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

The smallest site in the National Park Service, this building is not far from Independence Hall and worth a stop. I enjoyed the short film about Thaddeus. I love checking out these smaller sites, you learn something every time!

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Naperville, Illinois
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Reviewed 27 December 2016

Smallest and one of the least visited National Parks, but totally worth going. Open odd hours so make sure you know before you go. Kosciuszko was a true American hero, and a hero in Poland as well. Learned a lot and the park ranger was super helpful.

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 36 helpful votes
Reviewed 11 December 2016

The Kosciuszko House is an interesting place, mostly because Kosciuszko is one of the more underappreciated figures in American history. His life is explained in great detail, but it's mostly devoid of actual objects related to him. It's still highly worth a visit if you're in the neighborhood.

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New Hope, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed 4 July 2016

I did not know this national park existed until reading about it in the local newspaper. It is well worth the few minutes spent to catch up on the history of the American Revolution. There are no lines and best of all no admission fee.

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Herndon, Virginia
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Reviewed 2 September 2015

If you're in Philadelphia to learn about our colonial history, make sure to walk a few blocks away from the Independence Park area to see this small memorial. We would not have achieved our independence without international help, and Kosciuszko was one of those fighters who helped us. Think of him as basically the Polish equivalent of the Marquis de... More 

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Moorestown, New Jersey
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Reviewed 12 June 2015

Many unsung heroes from this era. Perhaps he would ave liked it that way. He was humble, useful, tolerant, obedient, frugal (spartan), and highly skilled in engineering.

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Oak Ridge, New Jersey
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Reviewed 8 July 2014

This is one of the National Park System (NPS) properties that is still suffering from budget cuts necessitated by the children in Congress. They have most of what they need, but they could use funding to expand hours. Kosciuszko was important to our nation's founding yet most people have either never heard of him or know little to nothing of... More 

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Reviewed 12 March 2012

We took our four young children to the Memorial on a Sunday afternoon...and were glad that we did. It has very limited hours so check ahead! Kosciuszko only stayed for a few months in one room of this Philadelphian boarding house but the Polish freedom fighter had a great influence on America's history. I had never heard of Kosciuszko but... More 

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Bayside, NY
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Reviewed 21 February 2010

The Kosciuszko house is near many of the tourist attractions in Philly. We discovered it on our way to Jim's Steaks. Stop in and look around. The staff is friendly and willing to share their knowledge. A short film about Kosciuszko's heroism is worth watching. (Visited 2/13/2010)

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