Underground museum on the site where the home of Benjamin Franklin once stood, the interior of which he largely designed.
Ben Franklin himself, from time to time, makes appearances at Franklin Court regaling visitors with stories about his life and times.
Worth a stop if you have a few minutes to spare. See parts of B. Franklin's home.
A rental property built by Benjamin Franklin in 1786. See architectural and archaeological features of 18th century houses.
So much history here. Get a special stamp on envelop here then walk down to visitor center for a million great adventures
The Underground Museum is closed for renovation until 2012. Goodbye, weird telephone things I remember from class trips!
Sit under the trees and tourist watch. It's fun.
Discover Franklin Court, an underground museum, a colonial printing office, and Benjamin Franklin’s first permanent home in Philadelphia.
Stop into the B Free Franklin Post Office to get letters and postcards hand stamped with Franklin's signature.
Hours: 9 am - 5 pm