Sooo many to see to watch to enjoy,we loved here so much,it was a great fun .and in this big museum , there were many visitors
You have a lot of art and you can be satisfied, I went for the sunflower at Van Gogh, not too many people in the museum, no queues
This art museum is top-notch in the United States, and it is also very powerful for the world. A collection of masterpieces from various countries and periods. This is a fee-based art gallery. The large steps in front are very famous.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art has a wide collection of different art from many countries, and there are many kinds and quantities of art, and this museum is also a very popular venue, very suitable for visiting.
We went to pennsylvania for the first time last year and it was amazing. The museum of art was dedicated to the Rocky Balboa was incredible !
Very surprising and amazing! Van Gogh, Monet, Gauguin's original works, I don't want to go away. There are rocky steps at the entrance of the museum. Friends who like Marvel can choose to take pictures. Philadelphia has more historical and cultural connotations, and various wall paintings in the neighborhood can be seen everywhere
(Philadelphia Museum of Art) For me as a museum buff, the most important thing to visit in Philadelphia is not the Independence Bell, but the highest standard of art museum. It's especially easy to get me drunk if a museum is powerfully contagious in space and atmosphere. I even felt that the perfect presentation was sometimes more impressive than the art itself. And the Philadelphia Museum of Art was certainly quite remarkable. It has been a major effort to restore and reconstruct the original space and context in which art works are linked. The Philadelphia Museum of Art has more than 220,000 pieces, spanning more than 2,000 years. The most famous of these works is French Impressionist, and the most widely collected in the United States. Van Gogh's Sunflower. No guardrails, no glass, no security, no more notes. One of the representative collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, called the treasure of the town, is watching visitors in silence. Finally, practical tips: 1. Philadelphia Art Museum: * Official Web: http://www.philamuseum.org/ * Opening Time: 10:00-17:00; Extension to 20:45 on Wednesday and Friday; Monday and statutory holiday breaks. * Tickets: $20 for adults; $18 for people over 65; 13-18-year-olds, students with valid student cards, $14; Children under 12 are free. The ticket is valid for two days and is also available for visits to Rodin Museum, Historic Houses Mount Pleasant and Cedar Grove. Fees are free on the first Sunday of each month and after 17:00 every Wednesday. (Check the official website for details, there may be changes) * Visit time, at least 3-4 hours. Love the art, 5-7 hours are not short.
Preston_Dominguez: 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia， PA 19130
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Philadelphia Flowershow,Philadelphia Museum of Art,Philadelphia City Hall,Rodin Museum,Ben Franklin Parkway