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BEFORE YOU BUY
In this section, we will describe some of the major differences between each type of tourist pass you can get in Philadelphia.
We’ll also explain how to use each service and how they can save you money on a variety of attractions in the city.
This post provides details about how to get tickets for the Franklin Institute, including information about ways to save money on admission and even a few of the highlights you might want to see while you’re here.
The Franklin Institute was founded in 1824, making it one of the oldest centers of science education in the country. The interactive museum, which was named after Benjamin Franklin, is one of the most-visited attractions in Philadelphia. Read more »
This post provides details about how to get tickets for the National Constitution Center, including information about ways to save money on admission and even a few of the highlights you might want to see while you’re here.
Though the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia does not hold the original Constitution, this interactive museum teaches visitors about the history and meaning of the United States Constitution.Read more »