Franklin died here in 1790. The house itself was destroyed, no longer in existence, but the original site was preserved and the Franklin Museum was established (Benjamin Franklin Museum).
Here is beautiful and worth coming,we learned a lot from this museum,many items there showing how was the life like in the past
It is a place where American Franklin lives. Many of the things to visit here are also quite interesting. You can also see a lot of manuscripts and scientific knowledge in the ruins.
Franklin's Former Residence in Philadelphia died here in 1790. The Former Residence itself was destroyed and no longer in existence, but the original site was preserved and the Benjamin Franklin Museum was established. ...
Franklin was a distinguished diplomat and inventor and one of the leading leaders of the American Revolutionary War
Preston_Dominguez: 314 Market St # 322, Philadelphia, PA 19106-2704
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Franklin Court,Penn's Landing,Philadelphia Flowershow,Ponte sul Ticino,Liberty Bell