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Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia

The 200 year old Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is the oldest art museum and school in the US, with an impressive roster of alumni that includes some of the best-known names in American art such as Jack Delano and Bo Bartlett.

The 200 year old Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is the oldest art museum and school in the US, with an impressive roster of alumni that includes some of the best-known names in American art such as Jack Delano and Bo Bartlett. It displays works from alumni as well as present students and faculty, apart from the regular special exhibits.


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About Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

 118 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

 +1 215-972-7600

 www.pafa.org

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and Nearby Sights on Map

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The Trocadero

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Academy of Natural Sciences

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Academy of Music

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Kimmel Center

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