This natural science museum in the university is easily overlooked, but this university is also a century-old school and it is worth seeing.
[Sights Raider] Details Address: 1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19103 Traffic Raider: The sights are located in the Golden Tunnel of Philadelphia: Park Avenue, a short walk from the center of Philadelphia, and the views and buildings along the way are also very classical when the Philadelphia flavor is open Interval: Monday to Friday 10:00~16:30; Saturday to Sunday 10:00~17:00 Ticket price: on-site ticket purchase 22 knives, online ticket booking 20 knives in advance, children (2-12 years old) 18 knives, online ticket booking 16 knives in advance, student ticket 19 knives, online ticket booking 17 knives in advance, tickets are included in the Philadelphia Tourist Tickets Highlight Features: Museum was established in 1812, The second most popular courseware in the National Science Museum, located on Park Avenue in Philadelphia, is well worth checking in. The museum's exhibits are similar to the Science Museum in New York, where the fossilized Tyrannosaurus Rex is visible as soon as it enters, and the domineering is in the middle of the exhibition hall. There are three floors, one floor to buy tickets, the dinosaur hall, where all kinds of dinosaur fossils are displayed, the butterfly hall, the North American specimens and a parent-child museum with children. The Drakessel University School of Natural Science is also located in the Philadelphia Museum Cluster, near the Franklin Museum of Science, the American Museum of Jewish History, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, not far from the museum is the park avenue sculptures and fountains, Super for pats, there is a cathedral opposite the museum which is free to enter, the interior is spectacular and worth a visit, there is no food nearby, still need to walk back to the Chinatown and the city center for food