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Philadelphia Museum of Art

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Philadelphia is proud to be home to some of the best museums and exhibits in the country. With Philadelphia’s rich American history, check out the Museum of the American Revolution. For our art-lovers, explore the Philadelphia Museum of Art and see world-famous pieces. For those traveling with little ones, the Please Touch Museum is the perfect place to spend some time while children learn through interactive experiences. No matter your interests, there’s a place for everyone to broaden their horizons.

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Find world-famous works that span the ages—from medieval times to the Renaissance to present day—at the majestic Philadelphia Museum of Art.

(215) 763-8100

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Barnes Foundation

For an impressive collection of French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works, visit this dazzling museum, packed with pieces from Renoir, Cézanne and Matisse.

(215) 278-7000

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Mütter Museum

At this one-of-a-kind museum , exhibits unpack the mysteries of the human body through specimens like slices of Einstein’s brain and the livers of conjoined twins.

(215) 560-8564

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Penn Museum

Take a deep dive into archaeology and anthropology through noteworthy artifacts from all over the world, including ancient Greece, Italy and Egypt.

(215) 898-4000

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Museum of the American Revolution

Located in the heart of the city, explore the dramatic story of the American Revolution and it’s enduring legacy.

(215) 253-6731

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Please Touch Museum

This children’s museum is a must-do for all families, with its focus on teaching children through interactive exhibits and special events.

(215) 581-3181

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Franklin Institute

Founded in honor Benjamin Franklin, The Franklin Institute is one of the oldest centers of science education in the US. Exhibits focus on diverse topics from space to the human body to Newton's Laws of Physics.

(215) 448-1200

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