Philadelphia Museum of Art
Whether you prefer to float, dine, sail or just sit and dream your way into the sunset, Philadelphia doesn’t disappoint.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is now showcasing “Léger: Modern Art and the Metropolis.”
Museum officials will be welcoming area college students with daylong festivities including food, music, and giveaways on the famous steps.
As “Made in America” is set to bring thousands to the Parkway over the holiday weekend, Gail Harrity, CEO of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, has a simple message: the museum is open for business.
If you are looking for something fun or educational to do (or maybe even both!), here are some top permanent exhibits in Philadelphia.
The cost includes free tours of the collections. The party continues until the museum closes at 8:45.
Eakins Oval, the traffic circle in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, is being transformed into a family-friendly play space for the summer.
The exhibit opening Saturday has more than 100 works, from the world’s masters to local artists.
Beginning July 17th and running through August 18th, it will be turned into a seashore-themed “Park on the Parkway,” featuring areas to relax, learn, and grab a bite.
You can view and buy works from more than 40-legally blind adult artists at the Form in Art exhibition at Wills Eye Institute.
The 13-foot tall work by Augustus Saint-Gaudens that commands the museum’s Great Stair Hall has been holding watch there since 1932.
With families on the lookout for affordable entertainment, these free music events in Philadelphia are bound to be favorites during the upcoming months.
Golf enthusiasts are anticipating the start of the U.S. Open at Merion in June, but right now at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, they can experience “The Art of Golf.”
May 12 is Mother’s Day, so treat mom to something special by making one of these top brunch recipes recommended by executive chefs from Philadelphia restaurants.
While everyone knows that Philadelphia is steeped in history, it’s also been at the forefront of culture, arts and science. Here are five summer exhibits worth visiting.