2300 NORTH 33RD STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
Located in East Fairmount Park, this 1756 summer home was built for William Coleman, a Philadelphia influential merchant, judge, and close friend of Benjamin Franklin. It was restored in 1927 and opened to the public as a house museum in 1930. In 2003, a fire broke out and the house was damaged by smoke and water. After two years, the Woodford Mansion re-opened in 2005 after being completely restored.