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  • 20th Street & Ben Franklin Pkwy. Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-636-4433
    Commissioned in 1927, the memorial stands as a tribute to African American war heroes.
  • 54th Street & Lindbergh Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19143
    215-729-5281
    Just minutes from the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the Betsy Ross House is America's oldest living botanic garden, a pastoral 18th century homestead surrounded by the urban bustle of...
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  • I-676 East and Rte. 30 East Philadelphia, PA 19147
    856-968-3300
    Named for Philadelphia's most famous son, the Benjamin Franklin Bridge is a stunning example of utility transformed into art. At night, watch the dazzling lights along the bridge.
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  • 20th Street and Benjamin Franklin Pkwy. Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-448-1329
    In the Rotunda of the Franklin Institute, the colossal seated marble figure of Benjamin Franklin was made by James Earle Fraser in 1938. It honors the inventor-statesman who filled a variety of...
  • Blanche Levy Park Philadelphia, PA 19104
    215-898-5000
    This 1899 Benjamin Franklin statue is an old and wise representation of the university's founder. It is one of three statues of Franklin on the university's campus.
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  • CHRIST CHURCH BURIAL GROUND, 5TH AND ARCH STREETS Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-922-1695
    Final resting place of Benjamin Franklin and 4 other signers of the Declaration of Independence, early medical pioneers, and Revolutionary War heroes.
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  • 5th and Vine Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-636-1666
    Sculpted by Isamu Noguchi, this memorial to the genius of Benjamin Franklin is a 60-ton stainless steel sculpture that rises over 100 feet in the air. It was installed in the city in 1984.
  • 18th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-561-1313
    The principal Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Cardinal Justin Rigali, Archbishop.
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  • Second & Market streets Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-922-1695
    Christ Church, founded in 1695, is known as The Nation's Church because of the famous Revolutionary-era leaders who worshiped here, including Ben Franklin and George Washington. The church is...
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  • North 20th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-636-1666
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