In the interest of being modern, the Atwater Kent Museum has been renamed.. Just because the floorspace is small doesn't mean that a coherent story can't be told. The exhibits are watered down to an elementary school level. In an attempt to be politically correct, they have neglected Native Americans and other ethnic groups that comprise Philadelphia. The exhibit on beer makes one think that hardly anything happened until recent years. The baseball exhibit hovers too much on the contemporary. What happened to the A's or to other teams? What about William Penn's "glorious greene town?" Pictures of Benedict Arnold's wife, Peggy Shippen, and a " looney tune" women from the 1820's occupy space that might have better been given to Rebecca Gratz. Is a potty chair better than wonderful Philadelphia furniture of the colonial times. Not everything can be told, but what about postcard displays, excerpts from Birch's prints, or PowerPoint presentations to supplement the exhibits? This is a huge disappointment!!!