The Rodin Museum, a beautiful landscape on Franklin Park Avenue, is one of the museums with the largest collection of Rodin's works outside his native France. The collector is Jules mastbaum. He began collecting three years after Rodin's death. In 1929, when the museum opened, the collector died. The Rodin Museum website (www.rodinmuseum.org) costs five dollars for tickets. Remember that if you go to the Philadelphia Museum, the 20-dollar ticket includes the museum. From a distance, the Rodin Museum is not like a conventional museum. The small one-storey building is surrounded by trees and surrounded by bronze statues. This "thinker" with a wide view stands in the open door of the pavilion.