As the former capital of the United States and home of Benjamin Franklin, it’s no surprise that Philly is not only filled with brotherly love, but plenty of Philadelphia museums, too. Many Philadelphia attractions celebrate the city’s rich history, as is the case with The Franklin Institute, Philly’s most-visited museum. Even if you aren’t a history buff; however, there’s not shortage of things to do in Philadelphia. Children will delight in the Please Touch Museum's interactive exhibits, which include miniature-sailboat races and rides on a carousel that's more than 100 years old. Meanwhile, the Mütter Museum leaves guests “disturbingly informed” with odd anatomical specimens and preserved body parts, including Albert Einstein’s brain.

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