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Franklin court is the site of Benjamin Franklin's home, which he built in 1765. The original house no longer exists, but to maintain it's historical importance, a steel ghost structure was erected in it's place. Nearby you'll find the Benjamin Franklin Museum, which hosts many of franklin's artifacts, interactive exhibits, and animations. The Franklin Court complex also features an 18th century printing press reconstruction and other educational exhibits. This is the perfect place for anyone to explore the exemplary life and legacy of Brother Benjamin Franklin.
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