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The Franklin Institute

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Julio E.
Julio E.
January 8, 2020
Nice place to learn and visit!!
Eric
Eric
March 2, 2020
An interactive science museum, the Franklin Institute would be a great place to bring the kids. Also fun for adults looking to learn a few things and play around with the science displays. Definitely check out which traveling exhibit is showing at the time.
Safiyya
Safiyya
December 15, 2019
This has always been my favorite museum...but I'm a nerd lol
Jonathan
Jonathan
January 31, 2020
Historic museum that has become a Philadelphia staple for visitors and locals alike
Huy
Huy
March 12, 2020
Very cool for the kids but also for adults looking to explore and learn.

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Position
222 North 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Telefon+1 215-448-1200
Webbplatsfi.edu
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