The Quest for Knowledge: Lewis in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia in 2003: the time, place, plans, schedules, photos, memories, and highlights of the Annual Meeting

Schedule of Activities for Kids Kamp

Monday, August 11th

Academy of Natural Sciences

Franklin Institute, including IMAX film


Independence Park Visitor and Education Centers

Independence Hall, Congress Hall and Liberty Bell

Independence Park Visitor and Education Centers

Tuesday, August 12th
American Philosophical Society Exhibit - Selected original Lewis & Clark journals

Carpenters' Hall and Franklin Court
Visit with Dr. Franklin under the Mulberry Tree

Lunch - Bourse Food Court

National Constitution Center

Travel the shopping route of Meriwether Lewis - Pick up the supplies he bought, at the sites where he purchased them

Elfreth's Alley, the oldest continuously lived-in street in America

Betsy Ross House and the Fireman's Hall Museum

Wednesday,August 13th

Independence Park Visitor Center Program - The Character of the Pioneer Explorer - See and hear about tools used to survive in the wild

Independence Seaport Museum

Tour the Olympia, flagship at the Battle of Manila Bay
Tour the Becuna, WWII submarine
Program - Nautical Ways and Early Ship Building in Philadelphia in 1803

Lunch by the Delaware River

Portrait Exhibit, at the First Bank of the United States

Updated August 31, 2003