Sen LI Photography
Franklin Avenue is the most beautiful avenue in Philadelphia. It starts from the City Hall in the east and ends at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the west. It is a mile long and clean road. At the end of it is an art museum, located on a high platform with dozens of steps, where you can admire the entire wide Franklin Avenue, the nearby statues, and the distant city skyline. Along Franklin Avenue all the way to the east is the City Hall. The first floor of the City Hall can be walked at will, but to enter the tour you need to buy a ticket and wait for a guided tour. The Philadelphia Masonic Association, which is opposite to the City Hall, is a classical and magnificent building. It was established in 1873 as the seat of the Freemasons Pennsylvania General Assembly.