The Franklin Institute
“One Day in Pompeii” is the current major exhibition at the Franklin Institute, telling the story of how the city disappeared under layers of volcanic ash after the sudden eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the year 79 AD.
In Philadelphia, we’ll be celebrating Pi Day in some slightly irrational ways, with many more desserts and circular foods than usual.
If you’re looking for something fun and educational to do with your children, Philadelphia offers plenty of options. There are a number of options that offer hands-on experiences and lots of opportunities to learn something about the city and its history.
Whether you are traveling alone, with a loved one or are bringing the entire family, this city has something you are sure to enjoy.
The Franklin Institute celebrated a milestone Tuesday in the construction of the new state-of-the art Nicholas and Athena Karabots Pavilion.
While everyone knows that Philadelphia is steeped in history, it’s also been at the forefront of culture, arts and science. Here are five summer exhibits worth visiting.
Learn more about “Titanic The Artifact” Exhibition.
Think you’ve seen it all? Think again! This fall, Philly’s museums are doing it up right with options everyone will love.
Learn more about the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit here.
Change up your routine a bit by attending one of these upcoming fall events in Philadelphia.
Downtown Philadelphia offers a diverse array of exciting venues for dining, learning history and science as well as catching world class entertainment. Take a look at these top spots you won’t want to miss.
CBS 3, Philadelphia’s first television station, and The Franklin Institute, Pennsylvania’s most visited museum, announced a long-term partnership today that will make Channel 3 the official weather station of The Institute
Tickets are now on sale for The Franklin Institute’s newest exhibition, CSI: The Experience, which opens Saturday, October 1.
A group of homeless high school students from New York visited Philadelphia on Sunday as part of a program that helps young people in transition.
The Franklin Institute’s observatory is just one of a few places where you can take in the view Thursday night.