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Philadelphia Museum of Art

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26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130.

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02/06/15
Susan R.
Philly's art collection is legit and a half. I never have enough energy to go through the whole museum because I want to see EVERYTHING. We basically always...

01/28/15
Andrea N.
Definitely a ghost of Philadelphia's opulent past. Like, best holding of Duchamp in the world and nice Joseph Cornells, but one of the pediments on the...

01/21/15
Ray L.
I went here on a first free recently and was surprised by the quality of the museum. I used to frequent the MET in New York so I have fairly high...
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11/15/10
visitPA
Make a good impression(ist) at this classic museum. Mid-eastern architecture, oriental ornament, armor collection & renaissance 2 contemporary painting. Don't miss the permanent Duchamp exhibit.
06/07/12
MTV
Jay-Z announced his 2012 Philly Festival on the steps of this museum
08/02/10
Visit Philly
At Art After 5, Fridays from 5–8:45, the Great Stair Hall is transformed with performances, cocktails, apps and desserts. The restaurant is open for dinner from 5-7.
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rating 4.4 out of 5
01/17/15
Rob Neuhaus
This place is really lovely. There is a diversity of art work. The view from the top of the stairs outside is also wonderful.
11/09/14
Thomas Ho
It's a nice museum but being from new York I guess I'm spoiled from the metropolitan museum of art. Also felt like it was a bit over priced. They had a fabulous armor and weapons collection. I was disappointed there was not any Greek or Roman items.
12/28/14
Linda Lopez
Degas . . . sigh. . .and so much you'll have to plan several trips or map your way in ahead to hit your desired exhibits. Well worthwhile!
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