This science museum is also pretty good, with a lot of space, and there are many games and projects that can participate in it. It was a small surprise to come across a joint exhibition with Lego that day.
I think this science and technology museum is not bad. When I went there on the same day, I encountered Pixar's theme exhibition which was very fun. It is especially suitable for taking children. There are many parent-child interaction projects to participate in, which is quite good.
The Franklin Museum of Science and Technology is also a very unique huge building complex. You can see a lot of interesting things here. The science and technology content here is also very technical, and the internal space is very large.
The Franklin Museum of Science and Technology is named after Mr. Franklin, a famous historical figure in the United States. The Museum of Science and Technology displays a lot of science and technology. The exhibition hall is huge to visit, and the itinerary of more than one hour is also very substantial.
The Franklin Institute Science Museum is a very famous military and science museum in Philadelphia. Children will love it very much. This museum is very interesting and worthwhile. The day we went, the weather was super nice and warm, which made people excited.
The Franklin Museum of Science was established to commemorate the extraordinary achievements of Benjamin Franklin. It is also the most prestigious institution of the Franklin Institute of Science. There are many things that can be played in person, but it feels suitable for children to play. The fare is $12.9. It is not recommended for adults to come to play.
The Franklin Museum of Science was established to commemorate the extraordinary achievements of Benjamin Franklin. It is also the most prestigious institution of the Franklin Institute of Science and has become the most visited museum in Pennsylvania.
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