George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and John Adams weren’t just Presidents, they were also great gardeners.
In honor of the 306th anniversary of Benjamin Franklin’s birth, park rangers from Independence National Historical Park were demonstrating a musical instrument invented by Dr. Franklin.
When completed, the new Benjamin Franklin Museum will be underground — below the area known as “Franklin Court,” just off Fourth and Market Streets.
Patriotism echoed off Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell Pavilion, as thousands witnessed a program begun with a Buddhist invocation and ended with Mayor Nutter’s call for an American Education Revolution.
The Phanatic arrived today at the Independence Visitor Center wearing colonial-style clothing, to unveil the new book, “Phillie Phanatic’s Philadelphia Story.”
With a $5,000 federal emergency management grant they got to attract recruits, Cheltenham Township made and posted a series of short videos showing the joys and camaraderie of volunteer firefighting.
Many working on their family trees are traveling to a church burial ground in the oldest part of Philadelphia as part of their research.
With a big “huzzah,” rides on the famous carousel, and presents for other five-year-olds, Franklin Square on Friday celebrated its fifth anniversary since a multimillion-dollar makeover.
A special kind of Nutcracker created just for kids is being performed this weekend by the Rock School of Dance Education of the Pennsylvania Ballet.
by KYW’s Lynne Adkins Liberty 360, a 3-dimensional film featuring Ben Franklin on a 360-degree panoramica screen was to begin during the city’s big July 4th weekend, but Amy Needle, president and CEO of Historic […]