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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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10/26/13
Raven T.
The PMA is one of the best museums I've been to in a while. I loved every minute of the 5 or 6 hours I spent there. There's so much to see and it's all...

10/14/13
Brian L.
I have always regarded this museum as one of my favorites among the big ones... Met, AIC, MoMa, etc. This past weekend was the first visit for a while......

09/22/13
Faust X.
The mere existence of The Philadelphia Museum of Art is paradox of everything Philadelphia. I say this because, Philadelphia has a young population...
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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
11/17/13
Tom Burke
I visit here often when I travel into Center City. Its a lot of fun to just walk around and look at the art. Some of the art is really fantastic. A must see if you're visiting downtown Philadelphia. If visiting, also take a run up the Rocky steps and check out the statue.
03/04/14
Jamie S. Polston
Great classic collections. I went with my whole family, it was a great experience!
02/16/13
Charles Bosse
This museum is a bit unique in that it has several classic collections displayed in recreated rooms (not replica, but actually bought up in entirety, transported and reassembled in the museum). The Met, of course, attempts this in a more ostentatious manner with the American Collection and the Egypt....
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