Star-Spangled Banner Flag House & 1812 Museum
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Star-Spangled Banner Flag House & 1812 Museum information
This historic home, built in 1793, is where Mary Pickersgill sewed the gigantic flag that inspired America's national anthem. Costumed interpreters and 19th-century artifacts transport visitors back in time to dark days during the War of 1812; there's also a hands-on discovery gallery for kids.