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This is a small museum next to Carpenters Hall. It’s the first meeting area of the military. The brick in this area looks so good it’s like they put it in yesterday. Lots of history in this little area.
This is a small by important building. This is where the military got started and the pentagon is what it has become today. They have a picture on the wall comparing the two places. There’s a small exhibition in the building but not much to...More
Tiny museum on the path into Carpenters Hall. It is the original Pentagon and home of the War Department of the United States. The main floor focuses on the birth of the Marines which were started here in Philadelphia. Some interesting exhibits. Started with only...More
New Hall, now home of the Military Museum, was the headquarters of the War Department when Philadelphia was the nation’s capital making it the great grand daddy of the Pentagon. Today it’s a small, free museum jam packed with exhibits mostly from the Revolutionary War....More
The New Hall Military Museum is very small, but yet formidable on its own. The most memorable thing is a model of the USS Raleigh, an early naval vessel. There are some things for kids here, so it's a nice stop for families.
This small little museum is located close to the Carpenters' Hall. At first I wasn't sure if the museum was open when I passed it, but after I visited Carpenters' Hall I went back and took another look.
The museum consist of two floors. On...More