Benjamin Franklin was one of the most noted and prominent statesmen, inventor, and founder of the American Republic, and the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is one of the greatest centers in the country. One of the most celebrated founders during the American Revolutionary War, signer of the Declaration of Independence, inventor, author, and scientist, Benjamin Franklin inspired inventions and discoveries for generations. This Institute was established in 1824.
When visiting the Franklin Institute, there are many fascinating things to see in the Science Center, including:
- A variety of permanent exhibits in the building which showcases many of his inventions, such as the stove, and discoveries, such as electricity. Also included is the Train Factory, the Observatory, the Giant Heart, and many additional exciting galleries.
- The Science Center include several other great exhibits such as the original airplane made of stainless steel, and a model of NASA's Lunar Module...