Great pieces of art. Well worth a day trip to visit this art museum. Only problem that I has was that there wasn't an app that I could listen to art descriptions. They had one for rent I believe but I prefer to use my...More
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My wife and I spent about four hours there and skimmed through less than half the museum. They have a wonderful collection of Impressionists, with lots of Monets and Renoirs, and a section of Mary Cassett, who is a Philadelphia native. There European section features...More
I raced up the stairs with my kids, OK, they raced up the stairs but I did make it to the top! This is just a fun experience. The view is amazing but be warned - you can NOT park in the street in front...More
We did not go inside, but the outside alone was nice. We came to see the steps, the Rocky statue and the square, but that was enough. We spent plenty of time just wandering around outside.
Was restricted for time so only got to spend 2 hours there, but was impressed with what I did see, which was the superb Wild exhibition (must see) by Michael Nichols and the European Art/Modern Art from 1800 through today including Monet, Van Gogh's Sunflowers...More
In search of the Rocky Statue, we found it at e base of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. No longer situated at the top of the steps, it now is located just to the rights of the staircase. However, when at the Museum, all able...More
Came to Philly to see the Impressionist Collection at this museum. They have a nice mix of artists but very unique Monet and Van Gogh paintings. They also have some great Pisarro, Seurat, Renoir etc. and one very well known Dali. This place is worth...More
We did not actually go into the museum but what we saw from the outside was impressive. Structures in and around this formidable building were inspiring. It wasn't on the agenda for today but definitely on another visit. The building is massive.