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Palmer Museum of Art
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Reviewed 5 September 2010

It's free! What more do you want?? It's not the louvre but it has an eclectic mix of art that can catch your attention

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"penn state"
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Reviewed 29 May 2010

For a large university, the Palmer is rather small. Penn State should allocate more funds to the Palmer. However, the Palmer is definitely worth visiting. It's free but donation is welcome. Always pleasantly surprised by their current exhibitions. Last year, the Palmer had a very impressive Steve McCurry exhibition. The museum is just down the road from the creamery so it makes the museum visit even better. Be sure to stop for a photo with the paws guarding the museum entrance.

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