Christ Church , completed in 1744, is where George Washington and Franklin worshiped.
Benjamin Franklin Museum
In the courtyard south of Market St, underground, is a museum dedicated to Benjamin Franklin's storied life as a printer (he started the...
Betsy Ross House
It's believed that Betsy Griscom Ross (1752−1836), upholsterer and seamstress, may have sewn the first US flag here.
Trendy Old City stops at the door to this down-and-dirty old rock bar. Nightly music except Mondays, when karaoke takes over. The...
Colonial America couldn't feel further away at this festive, multistoried Cuban eatery and rum bar. The creative and inspired menu...
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Franklin Fountain information
A fantastic yet kitsch-free throwback, from the phosphates and vintage ice-cream flavors (try the teaberry) right down to the ancient telephone and the carton cups (cash only). Also check out the owners' equally old-school Shane Confectionery down the block, with historic hot chocolate in the back.