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Philadelphia Museum of Art

2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130-2399
+1 215-763-8100
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The Philadelphia Museum of Art is the cultural heart of a great city—the place for creative play, with a surprise around every corner. We have world-class collections, exhibitions, programs...and some well-known steps.
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  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
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2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130-2399
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Reviewed yesterday

I think is the most interesting site in Philadelphia. The architecture of the museum is very nice. The collection of Impressionism and postimpressionism is quite good. The Sunflowers by Van Gogh, the Lady at the opera by Mary Cassat, the Renoirs, the Monet's, the Camilo...More

Thank TravelerTrecker
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

An exceptional art museum that any visitor to Philadelphia should not miss! All set out in a great building, beautifully and tastefully displayed. A superb collection spanning the ages so many really great masterpieces to describe Nice cafe with good coffee when a rest is...More

Thank Terumah
Reviewed 3 days ago

Lovely, large art museum with helpful and informed staff. We took a museum highlights tour and thoroughly enjoyed the docent's spiel. Very knowledgeable. The cafe was under construction so we had lunch at their temporary site, which was pretty good. It's a big collection with...More

Thank mculig
Reviewed 4 days ago

Though it has a selected collection it has quality. I like the way they have presented differ cultures/periods by recreating the original surroundings. One can imagine being in Japan or China.

Thank Noelle M
Reviewed 5 days ago

We took a stroll down Benjamin Franklin Parkway which brought us in front of the Philadelphia Art Museum. Our first view was of the Rocky Stairs which is a long and tall staircase, made famous by the American “Rocky” movie. Unfortunately, there was a big...More

Thank Travelcooking
Reviewed 6 days ago

They have a great collection of art from multiple countries and multiple time periods. If you are really into art, leave hours to explore the many rooms of impeccably displayed pieces.

Thank virginia t
Reviewed 1 week ago

More famous because it was featured In Rocky, but worth the visit. Nice place to enjoy if you have enough time, specially if the weather is not so good. Better if you have a guide.

Thank 27Ruben27
Reviewed 1 week ago

Yes, I went to run the steps and see the Rocky statue to the side of the museum, but if you make the trip you must make the time to actually visit the museum. A beautiful display of art - painted, sculptures, and other items...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

While recently on an outing to the Art Museum in Philadelphia, we were enticed to go across the street to the Perlman annex. To be frank, it was a boring exhibit detailing the history of Philadelphia events on several walls illuminating time lines. The true...More

Thank Harvey N
Reviewed 1 week ago

On our way through our self-guided tour of Philadelphia, we walked up to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The front entrance was featured in the "Rocky" film and so you can watch fit (and not so fit) people run up the steps to the top....More

Thank Andrew M
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visitor738
8 May 2017|
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Response from MrAntoineJ | Reviewed this property |
Not necessarily. The best bargain is Sundays, when you get in free, or pay what you like.
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Victoria D
23 April 2017|
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Response from zevb | Reviewed this property |
The museum charges general admission (all tickets are good for 2 days) You can go to any of the exhibits with the admission ticket. Adult: $20. Age 65+: $18. student: $14. children 13-18: $14. children age 12 and under... More
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overfulton
29 March 2017|
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Response from Frequent001 | Reviewed this property |
Other than weekends and free days generally speaking the museum is not overly crowded at any other time.
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