It was the end of a long day of walking and touring, and we weren't up to another museum, but we saw the outside, and it was uniquely impressive. The "ghost house" and interpretive ground markers for Ben Franklin's home and former row houses was simple and easy to understand. We stopped in the printing office & bindery, and viewed the post office and General Advertiser from the outside as they were both closed when we got there (Before 5 PM). Even with the closures, it was very interesting and well-interpreted. I can only assume that the museum would make it even better, though we'll have to visit another time.
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