The world would always, ever remember him! Felt like thanking him. Amazing that the statue is so well maintained. The statue is outside the Old City Hall. A must stop on the Freedom Trail.
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This statue of Ben Franklin is not all that interesting or different from many others that I've seen. It is located on the Freedom Trail, as a marker for the first public school in the US. We actually found more interesting the marker on the...More
There are 17 stops on the Freedom Trail. This is stop #7. You can't miss this statue. As you leave the King's Chapel and head down the street, you will walk right by this statue on your left. As far as a stop of the...More
This is another quick stop on the Freedom Trail. This is a nice statue which stands in front of the old city hall building on the site of where the nation's first public school was built. That building is gone, but it's still nice to...More
This man was a silversmith, a spokesman for the people, a writer, a scientist, a statesman and was wise. Being able to see what he really looked like in a public park without having to go to a museum, brings him alive to all. Easy...More
Come on, it's Benjamin Franklin, the man credited for discovering electricity. Who wouldn't want to see his statue. The statue is along the Freedom Trail, just past King's Chapel at Old City Hall.
It stands in a park near the site of the Latin School. Ben Franklin was one of the school’s most famous students.