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A Surprise around Every Corner Discover the cultural heart of Philadelphia. The Museum’s landmark building houses one of the most remarkable collections in the country, featuring some of the greatest works of American, Asia, and European art...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19130-2302
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First, I know very little about art. But I do know about Rocky. Right before you enter the museum, you see a little Rocky statue-don't care how cliche it is, you gotta pose with it. The stairs are magnificent and at the top you get...More
Loved the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The person I was with had never been to an art museum, and was also highly impressed. Something really nice is that when you purchase a ticket, it is good for 2 days and multiple attractions. Definitely worth the...More
Hi myself and my partner visited the museum after a cancelled flight home to Ireland, we were making the most of a bad situation. We found the museum itself to be excellent however as soon as we finished our tour and were making our way...More
Do more than I did and get to see more of this place. There are plenty of places to park nearby but best to prebook as you will get a better rate than I did. Also take more than 2hrs to get the best of...More
If you’re in Philadelphia, the art museum is a triple-threat, must see. The Ben Franklin Parkway leading to the museum is, IMHO, the most beautiful urban boulevard in America. The museum building itself is stunning, especially late in the day when the sun turns it...More
We went here because the government attractions were closed due to the shutdown. We are soo glad we did! The Japanese exhibit, the vintage Dior clothing, and the wonderful paintings made for a great outing. The day we went was a ‘pay what you want...More
OK- the title of the review speaks to my sarcasm: what is the deal with that idiotic statue from some local movie(s)? And so what about the steps?
Ignore all that- yes: ignore all that and give yourselves a dose of culture, art and history...More
the main event is running the steps which is harder then it looks from street level. see the rocky statue at the bottom off to the side. views of the city are beautiful from the top. notice the beautiful pediments. a very spectacular statue is...More