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Benjamin Franklin Museum

In the heart of London, is Benjamin Franklin House, the world's only remaining Franklin home.

For nearly sixteen years between 1757 and 1775, Dr Benjamin Franklin – scientist, diplomat, philosopher, inventor, Founding Father of the United States and more – lived behind its doors. Built circa 1730, it is today a dynamic museum and educational facility.

Museum Facilities

  • Cafe

  • Restaurant

  • Shop

  • Audio Guide

  • Tour Guide

  • Photography

  • Wheelchair Access

  • WiFi

  • Venue Hire

  • Available

  • Not allowed

  • Unconfirmed

  • Prior permission required.

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London Area: Central


  • Benjamin Franklin House Museum
  • 36 Craven Street
  • The Strand
  • London
  • WC2N 5NF


  • TFL Zone

    Zone 1

  • Underground

    • Charing Cross
    • Embankment


    • Charing Cross

    Bus Numbers

  • 11, 87, 91, 748


Adult £7.00
Child £0.00
Concession £5.00
Admission notes:FREE for under 16 year olds.
Admission discounts
Art Fund 50% off entry
English Heritage 2 for 1 entry
London Pass FREE entry
National Trust 50% off entry
Open Hours
Monday 12:00pm 17:00pm
Tuesday 12:00pm 17:00pm
Wednesday 12:00pm 17:00pm
Thursday 12:00pm 17:00pm
Friday 12:00pm 17:00pm
Saturday 12:00pm 17:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm 17:00pm

Contact Details

Phone 020 7925 1405
Website Benjamin Franklin Museum
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