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Philadelphia Museum of Art

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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
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2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19130-2302
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Built in the 1870s for the world fair, it is one of Philadelphia’s must see attraction. The art is diverse from eastern Asian to European Renaissance. They have pay what you want on Wednesday nights and 1st sunday of every month. Also they have live...More

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Reviewed yesterday

I believe it is THE best museum of fine arts in the US. They constantly enlarge their collection. Their ticket is good for two days, so plan coming there for two days in a row.

Thank Margo M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This place is a little bit of a walk from Central Downtown. It's place where Rocky ran up the stairs and threw his hands up in the air and Victory. A lot of people race up the stairs it's very popular thing to do in...More

Thank brucep460
Reviewed yesterday

want to begin outside with sculptures, gardens, and walking paths. Two separate buildings across parkway from each. Inside is very well staffed with a top of the world class exhibits. Not overwhelmed with guests like the Louvre. Barnes and Rodin museums a very short walk...More

Thank Quaker1
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is an exceptional art museum, but much larger than I had anticipated. Be prepared to spend at least four hours here for a decent overview. Our focus was on Modern and Contemporary for this trip and will definitely sign up for some kind of...More

Thank JPA-MiamiBeach
Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum is locates in a beautiful are of Philadelphia and the building is a magnificent construction. Be prepare to expend more than 3 hour if you want to experience all the expositions.

Thank RobertoD4472
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

On a cold Novembers day I wandered these galleries fir hours, inspired by the beauty of their collection. Some of the masters painting are beautiful and Van Gogh's Daffodils is majestic. You could easily spend 2 days here and some do. Their armour and weapon...More

Thank Done_Romin
Reviewed 1 week ago

There is a group of people filming something today on the steps in front of the entrance. When I approached the steps, they told me to wait until they get a green light from the people doing the film. That was almost 11 am, and...More

Thank Yi N
Reviewed 1 week ago

The collection may not contain as many iconic, famous works as the National Gallery, but the P M of A displays everything just beautifully. Art is "matched" to composite rooms and decor of the corresponding period, which really adds to your enjoyment of what you're...More

Thank EBPandDSP
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art the day before Thanksgiving. It was very busy as preparations were underway outside for the Thanksgiving Day parade, however, the museum is so large that there were very few areas that seemed crowded. We really enjoyed the current...More

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moorejjbb
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Response from John52342 | Reviewed this property |
Best way but not necessary.
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Response from Thomas I | Reviewed this property |
Yes. I think these are quite good. I don't know how to access this without going up the steps but it was shown to be around the back
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