Franklin Court Ghost House Magnet - eParks - Where your purchase supports America's National Parks.

Franklin Court Ghost House Magnet

Item#: 361698




While serving in the Continental Congress and Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, founder Benjamin Franklin called Franklin Court home. Though the original structure was torn down after Franklin's death in 1790, 21st century visitors can still get a sense of Ben's quarters by visiting his ''ghost house,'' featured in vibrant color at dusk on this magnet. The striking steel structure allows visitors to get a true sense of the size of the original home.

Stick this magnet on your refrigerator, file cabinet, or any other magnetic surface to appreciate Franklin's Philadelphia day after day.

Product Details

  • Dimensions: 3.25''W x 2.5'' H
  • Manufactured with recycled materials.


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