Philadelphia Museum of Art
For the first time ever, the Philadelphia Orchestra and Opera Philadelphia will collaborate on a production which will be presented in 2014.
One person just leaving the Philadelphia Museum of Art reported seeing a streaking light in the sky caught.
Whether you want to grab a bite to eat before the Easter parade or you prefer to have an elegant meal atop the city, there’s an option for everyone.
The City of Brotherly Love is the perfect place for families to connect with the older generation while not straining their pocketbook.
The work by N.C. Wyeth was one of 16 illustrations made in 1929 for a translation of Homer’s Greek classic “The Odyssey.”
When museum officials decided to build this 62,000 square foot add-on, things started to look down. No really, they dug into the ground underneath the museum.
Philadelphia art collectors Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz have amassed an an impressive collection of “outsider” art which is being prepared for exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The museum is instituting pay-what-you-wish admission fees on Wednesday nights from 5pm to 8:45pm.
It was ten months ago that hundreds of Philadelphians braved the cold weather and assembled on the Art Museum steps to honor the late “Soul Train” host, Don Cornelius.
Though you can’t go wrong in this historic city, these are the best museum exhibits of 2013.
Almost 300 dancers who strutted, shimmied and shook their way down a Soul Train line set a world record earlier this year in Philadelphia.
If you’re looking for unique holiday gifts for someone special, take a peek at what our local museum gift shops have to offer.
Historic buildings in Fairmount Park have never looked so delicious!
Just in time for holiday shopping, a prestigious, four-day craft show and sale, benefiting the Philadelphia Museum of Art, begins at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
To enjoy the best weather and view the city at your leisure, head to these top spots for a great fall family getaway.