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When open it's a must see. Now due to construction most of it is closed. Don't miss the print shop that is still open. If you are going to mail any postcards mail them from the Franklin Post Office they have a special hand cancellation...More
We had some extra time while waiting for a tour of Independence Hall (about 1 hour) so we walked a few blocks to Franklin Court. The museum was closed for renovations, but there were several other NPS exhibits we could see.
One was of an...More
Charming small museum covering Franklin's life and achievements, if a tad run down. We really enjoyed this small museum area, especially the printing shop demonstration and Discovery film on Franklin. Be sure to ask a park ranger for an armonica demonstration, the musical instrument that...More