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Franklin Court Museum

Daniel J. Keating Company reconstructed a former underground museum (originally built for the bicentennial) into a world-class museum dedicated to the life, times, and legacy of Benjamin Franklin.

Overall Cost / $10,200,000
Owner / United States Department of the Interior National Park Service
Architect / Quinn Evans Architect
Project Status / Completed in 2013

Daniel J. Keating Company reconstructed a former underground museum built for the bicentennial, into a world-class museum containing biographical exhibits dedicated to the life, times, and legacy of Benjamin Franklin.

Located within Independence National Historical Park, the completely redesigned museum features state of the art exhibit space with user-friendly display stations. The renovation and expansion work included a new elevator, new mechanical and electrical systems and a complete reconstruction of the exhibit floor space and building facade.