The historical experience at Benjamin Franklin House is unique. They use live interpretation, combined with sound, lighting and visual projection, to give visitors a sense of Franklin's 1730s London home, his life and the times in which he lived

36 Craven Street's was rescued from dereliction, and many of the original features of the typical Georgian building (c.1730) were restored, including: 14 fireplaces, the ceilings, panelling, shutters, floors and a central staircase which Franklin claimed to use for daily exercise.
The House opened to the public for the first time in January 2006, Franklin's 300th birthday.

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