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  • 4th & Walnut streets Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-965-2305
    The Todd House was once the home of Dolley Todd, who was to become Dolley Madison and one of the most famous first ladies. Today the house is a museum depicting a middle-class Quaker home of the...
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  • 222 N. 20th St. Philadelphia, PA 19103-1115
    215-448-1200
    Experience the latest in theater technology. Projected onto a four-story, domed screen with fifty-six speakers, the films give you the experience of being a part of the action. Relax as these I.M.A...
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  • 151 N. Independence Mall E. Philadelphia, PA 19106-1819
    215-408-0110
    Would you like to actually watch money being made? See early coins and learn the story behind our nation's currency? Visit the Philadelphia Mint. Stroll through the visitor's gallery and view...
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  • Uhlerstown Rd. Tinicum, PA 18947
    Located on Uhlerstown Road in Tinicum Township, Uhlerstown Covered Bridge is constructed of oak and has windows on both sides and was built in 1832. It is the only covered bridge in Bucks County...
  • 1700 W. Montgomery Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19121-3227
    215-763-6529
    Founded in 1855, the Wagner Institute is a National Historic Landmark natural history museum and educational institution. Its exhibit hall houses an extraordinary collection of more than 100,000...
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  • 123 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19109
    215-670-6123
    The newest Wells Fargo History Museum is located in a historic 1928 Beaux-Arts building in the heart of Center City, Philadelphia. The museum connects the California gold rush with the Philadelphia...
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  • 4949 Walnut St Philadelphia, PA 19139-4228
    215-747-4675
    The West Philadelphia Cultural Alliance hosts a variety of cultural and educational programs. The alliance also operates the Paul Robeson House.
  • 33rd & Dauphin Streets Philadelphia, PA 19132
    215-229-6115
    Built in 1756 as a one-story summer house. Second floor and back wing with kitchen added in 1771. Excellent example of Philadelphia Georgian architecture. Three-part Palladium window, pedimented...
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