People tend to check in during these times:
It is customary to toss pennies upon his grave as the saying goes , a penny saved is a penny earned." all money goes to charity
Although Ben Franklin is the most notable member here, there are a total of five signers of the Declaration of Independence who call this their final resting place
On a budget? You can view the grave from the street and save yourself the $2 admission fee. Just be sure to toss a penny on the headstone for good luck
If you pay extra for a map of the grave yard, be sure and ask them where the secret tunnels are beneath the graves in the central part of the graveyard.
It doesn't make sense to me why people throw pennies, nickels, and quarters on his grave. Throw $100 bills, that's what has his face on it!
Franklin composed his own epitaph which read: the body of B. Franklin, Printer, Like the cover of an old book, its contents torn out.
Leave a penny for Poor Richard; he earned it.
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This is a nice place 2 go 2 and see the grave of Benjamin Franklin.