The Walk-Thru a Giant Heart in Philadelphia

The Walk-Thru Giant Heart in Philadelphia

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PhillyBite10Philadelphia, PA - Visiting the Giant Heart at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia is essential for tourists and locals alike. It is a gigantic heart that you can walk through. You will be able to hear an actual patient's heartbeat.

Walk-Thru a Giant Heart at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia

The Heart Museum has undergone a renovation and upgrade. This includes new lighting, audio equipment, and a new paint job. The heart has also been disinfected and coated with a protective clear coat to allow for safer disinfection.

The Franklin Institute is a science center that aims to inspire curiosity and a passion for learning. They encourage hands-on learning, and they offer world-class traveling exhibits. The museum's main floor features an Eatery and Cafe.

The museum offers live science demonstrations throughout the week. They are typically themed after the current exhibits and include hands-on activities. However, they are not a part of the online schedule, so it's hard to know which ones you'll get to attend.

They are usually held between 11 am-4 pm. You can buy a ticket for $23 for a non-member. You can also take advantage of discounted tickets if you're a member.

A dedicated parking garage at the museum costs $20 per day. The parking lot is accessible via elevators and ramps. You can visit the museum's website to learn more about parking. You can also get directions to the parking garage.

The Franklin Institute is open 9:30 am - 7 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. On the weekends, the cafe is open until 4:00.

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