PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —The Philadelphia Museum of Art is closing its doors briefly as the city celebrates its first-ever Super Bowl parade on Thursday.

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The following statement was released about the victory parade route that ends at the steps of the Art Museum: “The Philadelphia Museum of Art shares the city’s joy and admiration for the Eagles’ spectacular performance. Go Eagles!”

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The Ruth and Raymond Perelman Building and the Rodin Museum will also be closed.

The closed sites will reopen at their normal times on Friday.