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Franklin Institute and Science Museum
Independence National Historical Park
Philadelphia Museum of Art


Franklin Institute and Science Museum
222 North 20th St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215)448-1200
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February 5, 1824 the Franklin Institute's original purpose was to honor Ben Franklin and advance the usefulness of his inventions. It has long since expanded to become one of the nation's premier science museums. The Museum's hands-on approach to science and technology combined with the Fels Planetarium, Mandell Center, Tuttleman IMAX Theater, and Musser Theater make the Institute a popular spot.

Independence National Historical Park
Visitor Center
145 S 3rd St
Philadelphia , PA 19106
(215)597-8974
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Our nation began in Philadelphia when on July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was ratified by members of the Second Continental Congress. Philadelphia is home to some of the most historic buildings and symbols of our liberty. In Independence National Historical Park you can tour Independence Hall, view the Liberty Bell, explore Franklin Court - the site of the home of Benjamin Franklin and visit the house where Betsy Ross sewed the first American flag.

Philadelphia Museum of Art
26th St and Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19130
(215)763-8100
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Rising majestically at the end of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the Philadelphia Museum of Art stands among the great art institutions of the world. Today the Museum houses over 300,000 works of art encompassing some of the greatest achievements of human creativity, and offers a wealth of exhibitions and education programs for the public of all ages.


October 21, 2020

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