Christ Church & Burial Ground
Christ Church, the birthplace of the American Episcopal Church, was founded in 1695. Known as "The Nation's Church," it hosted members of the Continental Congress during the American Revolution and Presidents George Washington and John Adams. Among early members were Benjamin Franklin, Betsy Ross, and signers of the Constitution and of the Declaration of Independence. The burial ground is one of America's most unique Colonial and Revolution-era graveyards. It is the final resting place of Benjamin Franklin and four other signers of the Declaration of Independence.
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