In this area visit the United States Postal Service Museum. The Franklin Print Shop, and the Franklin Museum. Likewise, you can look profound underground into Franklin's privy, under the wonderful 54-foot high steel skeleton "Phantom Structure" outlined by Robert Venturi.In the court, itself once stood his home. What is known about the house is that it was three stories high, secured 33 feet square, and included 10 rooms.
The house was flattened in 1812. Since no chronicled records of the look of the outside exist, space once involved by the house is set apart by a great, larger than usual "Phantom Structure" outlined by world-acclaimed draftsman Robert Venturi and inherent 1976 for the bicentennial. You can look through entries to see into Franklin's privy pits, wells, and establishment. An amazingly uncommon Bristol punchbowl and other clay curios were found in the privy pit.