Philadelphia Museum Of Art And Rocky Statue

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  • Address: 2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19130, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: 1215-7638100
  • Ticket Price: 20 USD
  • Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museums, Art Gallery, Statue, Family And Kids

Post the 100th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia decided to establish a new museum focused on applied art and science. Starting with European and Japanese fine arts, the Museum over the years has gathered a massive collection of 227,000+ objects through purchases, donations and bequeaths. It’s 200 hundred galleries span 2000 years of art. Among it’s notable collections are paintings and sculpture from China, Japan, and India; furniture, ceramics and decorative arts, from Chinese, Japanese, and Korean ceramics; Persian and Turkish carpets; and architectural assemblages such as a Chinese palace hall, a Japanese teahouse, and a sixteenth-century Indian temple hall; Italian and Flemish early-Renaissance, French Impressionism; Auguste Rodin sculpture; decorative arts; tapestries; furniture; arms and armor; modern masterwork art, and a great collection of American Art. The museum is also now widely famous for the famous bronze Rocky Statue that graces its front steps – a must have selfies spot!

Hundreds of people come in this museum every week to witness its rich collection of artefacts and cultural gems. The fact that the Tickets for Philadelphia Museum of Art and Rocky Statue are very affordable only add more to its positives. The Philadelphia Museum of Art and Rocky Statue Tickets can be availed from the premises, although the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Rocky Statue Ticket Prices totally depends on the age group of the visitors. If you are planning to Buy Tickets for Philadelphia Museum of Art and Rocky Statue for a large group of people, reach the venue early to avoid crowd. There is no Philadelphia Museum of Art and Rocky Statue Cost for children.

  • Try the museum gift shop.
  • Go early morning to avoid the crowd.
  • Wheelchair accessible.
  • Warnings: Parking is expensive.

  • Seniors (65 & over): USD 18
  • Students (with valid ID): USD 14
  • Youth (13–18): USD 14
  • Children (12 & under): Free

  • Wednesday & Friday: Main building open until 8.45 p.m.

  • Buses on Art Museum Drive and surrounding roads.

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  • Philadelphia Museum Of Art And Rocky Statue Address: 2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19130, United States
  • Philadelphia Museum Of Art And Rocky Statue Contact Number: 1215-7638100
  • Philadelphia Museum Of Art And Rocky Statue Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Philadelphia Museum Of Art And Rocky Statue Price: 20 USD
  • Best time to visit Philadelphia Museum Of Art And Rocky Statue(preferred time): 10:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Philadelphia Museum Of Art And Rocky Statue: 04:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Philadelphia include Philadelphia Museum Of Art And Rocky Statue in their plan

  • 92.04% of people start their Philadelphia Museum Of Art And Rocky Statue visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Philadelphia Museum Of Art And Rocky Statue

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  • I always loved this Museum. I been there many time's, when I was a child, and as a adult. The Museum is still very big and very beautiful. I love the many styles of Art work. Great gift shops, The Japanese Art is on display there. You still need a map to get around the Museum, So you won't get lost. There's also the Great Rocky Statue in front of the building.

  • Had a really nice time. We got an annual membership at the end of last year, and this was the 1st we could go, due to my work. What a nice time. Got a bite to eat for lunch at the cafe, good food nice selection and prices were on par with local area. We went through 2 sections in our 4 hour stay. Can't wait to go back on next day off.

  • Thus is a great art museum!! You can enjoy many various art from around the world and era. Not only just displays but you can have experiences of traditional buildings and houses around the world. For example the third floor you can see a Japanese traditional house. It looks small and tiny to live, but it means Japanese people in the era are small enough to live in the house. It is very interesting. This is very huge museum so if you enjoy all of the art, you have to take all a day here. The first Sunday of a month and every Wednesday evening, you can enter only with some donations. Enjoy!!

  • Great museum! They offered student discounts plus had a fashion exhibit featuring a lot of designers. Outside of the museum is the famous Rocky statue, and around the museum closer to the back was the Mher Statue - an important person to the Armenian community. The interior is very spacious and has a lot of great things to see. Some places you can easily miss such as the Japanese tea house all the way in the back. It was great. Would spend 3-4 hours easily here if I had the time. I only got to see 75% of it. Would come back

  • This museum is stunning! It is a beautiful facility and absolutely massive. I got lost in here several times, and not in a bad way. The art they display here ranges from thousands of years ago to nearly present day. They do an amazing job with the upkeep of the building and atmosphere. I loved going through on my own at my own pace and just soaking everything in. I would definitely go back and do a guided tour, though. I did not get to see the whole building since it was massive and I could barely find my way back to the main hall! If you enjoy art or museums, this is definitely for you! Highly recommend!!

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