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Race Street Pier

Situated along the Ben Franklin Bridge, the Race Street Pier was a huge urban redevelopment program undertaken by the city and is now enjoyed by both locals and travelers.

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Arch Street Meeting House
The oldest (and still operational) Friends Meeting House for Quakers stands here on Arch Street, dating back to 1804.
Franklin Court Printing Office
This museum showcases and demonstrates how paper documents were printed and mass produced in the 18th century.
Benjamin Franklin Museum
The museum explores the life of the influential founding father, from his politics and religious views, to his scientific discoveries and writings.
Betsy Ross House
The 300 year old house pays homage to a woman whose story is woven into the story of the nation and explores the rest of her life, beyond sewing the first flag.
Welcome Park
The open-air museum is the only one dedicated to the state’s founder, William Penn, and is named for his ship, Welcome.
Elfreth’s Alley
Walk down America’s oldest continuously residential street, and marvel at its perfectly preserved quaint and historic ambience.

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