Philadelphia Museum of Art

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Address:
26th street and the benjamin franklin parkway
Philadelphia
PA 19130

OPEN HOURS

Monday
Closed
Tuesday
10am – 5pm
Wednesday
10am – 5pm
Thursday
10am – 5pm
Friday
10am – 5pm
Saturday
10am – 5pm
Sunday
10am – 5pm

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As one of the largest museums in the United States, the Philadelphia Museum of Art invites visitors from around the world to explore its renowned collections, acclaimed special exhibitions, and enrich

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Public Transportation
Local: SEPTA - (215) 580-7800 The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) serves the Philadelphia region with subway-elevated, light rail, trackless trolley, bus routes, and commuter rail lines. SEPTA bus routes 7, 32, 38, 43, and 48 currently serve the Museum area. SEPTA Trip Planner >> PHLASH May 1 through October 31, 2008 The Phlash Downtown Visitor Shuttle provides direct service between Penn's Landing, Center City, and the Museum. Operated several months out of the year by the Philadelphia Trolley Works, the Phlash uses distinctive purple trolleys and runs every twelve minutes between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. For up-to-the-minute Philadelphia area traffic reports, dial SmarTraveler at (215) 576-5678 (or on cell at #211). Out of Town: PATCO - (856) 772-6900 or (215) 922-4600 The PATCO Speedline is an easy way to travel between southern New Jersey and Center City, with trains running approximately every 15 minutes during the week and every 20 minutes on weekends. Amtrak - 1-800-USA-RAIL Amtrak offers convenient, comfortable trains with several routes making stops in Philadelphia. Trains arrive and depart from 30th Street Station, just a few minutes away from the Museum. Philadelphia International Airport - (215) 937-6800
Admission Price
Main Building: Members: Free Adults: $14 Seniors (ages 65 & over): $12 Students (with valid ID): $10 Children (excluding groups) ages 13–18: $10 ages 12 & under: Free Sundays: Pay what you wish all day Perelman Building: Members: Free Adults: $7 Seniors (ages 65 & over) $6 Students (with valid ID): $5 Children (excluding groups) ages 13–18: $5 ages 12 & under: Free Sundays: Pay what you wish all day
Prices
Main bldg. and Perelman Bldg. admission (does not include special exhibits) $14 adults, $12 seniors 65 and over, $10 students with ID and children 13-18, free for children 12 and under; Perelman Bldg. admission $7 adults, $6 seniors 65 and over, $5 students with ID and children 13-18, free for children 12 and under. Pay what you wish on Sun
Transportation
Bus: PHLASH, 7, 32, 38, 43, or 48. A shuttle between the main bldg. and the Perelman Bldg. operates every 10 min. 10am-5pm. Car: From the parkway headed west (away from City Hall), follow signs to Kelly Dr. and turn left at the first light at 25th St. to the lots at the rear entrance
Admission
Main Building Adult $16; Senior (65+) $14; Student $12; Child (13-18) $12; Child (12 and under) FreePerelman Building Adult $8; Senior (65+) $7; Student $6; Child (13-18) $6; Child (12 and under) Free
Cost
Adults $16; Seniors $14; Students/Youth (13-18) $12, (12 and under) free
Attraction By Feature
Educational, Photos, Rainy Day Appropriate
Parking
Available, Free Lot, Nearby, Street
Rating
100% of 1 people liked it on Urbanspoon
Location
26th St. and Benjamin Franklin Pkwy
Features
Parks & Outings, Museum/Exhibits
Email
website@philamuseum.org
Type
Art Museums, Museums
Price
$3 donation suggested
Activity Hours
T-Su 10-5, F 10-8:45
Neighborhood
Avenue of the Arts
Dress Code
Jeans and T-shirt
Technology
802.11g Wi-Fi
Wi-fi Hotspot
Available
Distance
8.8 miles
Cross Streets
26th St.
Ages
3 And Up
Source
10Best
Paytype
free
Mailing Address Available Only
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Web Site
http://www.philamuseum.org/

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