Out of the tourist circle this gem is one of the most interesting historical buildings I visited in Philadelphia. Probably because the restoration has been made so well that you don´t feel it´s restored, in fact you can see the expected imperfections as probably did the owners at that time.
You have to pay a $10 donation that is worth and you have two tours a day. The volunteer who usually shows the house lives there and takes care of everything. They also rent the space (part of it) for weddings and events. You can find objects, artifacts, paintings and also a very nice silhouette of G Washington made from his own shadow on the wall. The ballroom had at that time panoramic views over the river and the harbor that unfortunately are gone. The house is located just a few yards away from the Bishop White house and it was the ranger who aware us of this one because otherwise there is no much information to get there.
I don´t know if you can take pictures of the inside or not as I didn´t try because I was very busy enjoying the volunteer explanations. Definitely a must.