Museum of Art
Discover the cultural heart of Philadelphia. A trip to the city would not be complete without seeing the amazing collection. The admission ticket provides access for 2 consecutive days to the Museum’s main building, the Perelman Building, the Rodin Museum.
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Museum of Art
Discover one of the largest and most renowned museums in the country. Located on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in the city’s most iconic building, and the backdrop to the “Rocky Steps”, is home to works by world-renowned artists such as Monet, van Gogh, Rodin, Picasso, Duchamp and Rubens. See historical marvels including a reconstructed Japanese teahouse, a Parisian grand salon, and a breathtaking collection of medieval armor. It is the pride of Philadelphia—enriching our visitors, exciting the community, amazing the world.
Home to the largest Rodin collection outside of France, this museum includes over one hundred sculptures and bronze casts form the great artist, Auguste Rodin. The collection features bronze casts of the artist’s greatest works including The Thinker, The Burghers of Calais, and The Gates of Hell.
Good To Know
- Wheelchair accessible
- Building renovations and construction are now in full swing as we embark on the museum’s exciting next chapter, the Core Project. To help your arrival go smoothly please visit the museum’s website for updates.
- Stroller accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Parking: Garage on west side of the Museum, facing the river and Boat House Row. Access via Anne d’Harnoncourt Drive or Waterworks Drive. Bring parking ticket into building to receive validation for discounted rate. Rates: Museum visitors: $12 for first 4 hours, $2 for each additional hour. Museum members: $8 for next 4 hours, $2 for each additional hour.
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