Franklin Court

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Demolished long ago, Franklin Court has been re-created as a steel-frame, as has the print shop Franklin built for his grandson. There is an underground museum housing an ingenious array of audiovisual presentations that celebrate Franklin's life and genius.

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Address : 

Market St. / Chestnut St., between 3rd St. & 4th St., 19106 Philadelphia

Price:

5 $

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