The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the largest art museums in the country and an absolute must-see on the city’s cultural circuit! Among its impressive holdings, some standouts include Sunflowers by Vincent Van Gogh, The Large Bathers by Cezanne, and the world’s most important collection of works by Marcel Duchamp.

Your ticket is valid for two days* and gives you access to The Rodin–the finest public collection of Auguste Rodin’s sculpture in the United States. Right now you can rediscover four thousand years of art in their newly reimagined and reinstalled Chinese galleries. The new installation features a stunning collection of costumes and textiles, photographs, and contemporary art on view together for the first time.

If you are hungry after viewing all the beautiful art on display you can grab a quick sandwich, snack, or drink in one of the cafés or enjoy an intimate dining experience at the only Frank Gehry–designed restaurant in the Northeast. The inspired artisan menu features seasonal and organic local ingredients, served in a stunning architectural setting. Lifestyle blogger Candace Hampton wrote of her meal “…hands down the best I’ve had!” Praise indeed.

 

*Access for two consecutive days to the Museum’s main building, Perelman Building, Rodin Museum, and two historic houses. For more information, call 215-763-8100 or e-mail visitorservices@philamuseum.org. 

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