Benjamin Franklin Parkway
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Visiting Philadelphia is not complete without a stroll down the famous parkway. Here you will find various museums and famous statues.
Some of Philadelphia’s most iconic statues and sculptures line the Benjamin Franklin Parkway alongside unsung and gorgeous works of public art. From the bronze Aero Memorial glistening just outside of The Franklin Institute to the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Memorial on Logan Square to…
You have a straight view from City Hall to the Art Museum, lined with Flags of all nations.
Beautiful parkway leading up to The Philadelphia Art Museum and the Schuylkill River view
Benjamin Franklin Parkway is a scenic boulevard that runs through the cultural heart of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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