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Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Step into the world of America’s financial system at Philadelphia’s Federal Reserve, home to the first Bank of the United States. 10 Independence Mall, Philadelphia, PA 19106. 866-574-3727. Cost: Free.... More Info

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Benjamin Rush Medicinal Plant Garden

The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 19 S. 22nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103. 215-563-3737. Contains over 50 different kinds of herbs and illustrates their medicinal value. Free.

Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site

532 N. 7th St., Philadelphia, PA 19123. 215-597-8780. Explore the 3-building complex where Poe lived from 1843-1844. Free.

Franklin Court: Independence National Historical Park

318 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106. 215-965-2305. The site of Benjamin Franklin’s home, which includes an underground museum which highlights the life and accomplishments of Ben Franklin. Free.

Independence National Historical Park Visitors Center

599 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19106. 800-537-7676. The scene of adopting the Declaration of Independence and drafting the United States Constitution includes a Visitor Center with exhibits and 2 films: “Independence,” a 28-minute film on the call for independence and the drafting of the Constitution, and “Choosing Sides,” a 20-minute film based on diaries and historical accounts depicting the thoughts and feelings of young people as they reflect on the Revolutionary War and their freedom. Free.

Pennypack Environmental Center

8600 Verree Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19115. 215-685-0470. Once a dedicated bird sanctuary, today the Pennypack Environmental Center has an outdoor amphitheater, exhibits, a new reference library, along with campfire and picnic areas. Fee/Free.