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The Barnes Foundation houses and displays one of the world's most important collections of French Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and Modernist art, with works by Renoir, Cezanne, Matisse, Seurat and Picasso.
The Barnes Foundation houses and displays one of the world's most important collections of French Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and Modernist art, with works by Renoir, Cezanne, Matisse, Seurat and Picasso. Limited number of tickets are available for same-day visits, so advance reservations are recommended. The original location in Merion is also worth a visit for horticulture enthusiasts who can appreciate the arboretum.
300 North Latchs Lane, Merion Station, PA, United States
The Belmont Plateau is a part of the Fairmount Park, and offers great views of center city from its upper section
The Japanese House is a 17th century Japanese style house with a garden and koi pond, on the grounds of the Horticultural Center in Fairmount Park
The Please Touch Museum is a fantastic place for young children, with interactive exhibits that all are encouraged to touch and explore
The Fairmount Park system consists of 63 regional and neighborhood parks spread over 9200 acres, spanning both Center City and parts of western North Philly along the banks of the Schuylkill
The Philadelphia Zoo is a cool place for kids, with wildlife such as tigers and orangutans, fun camel and pony rides, bird safari, and Victorian-era train
The Esther Klein Gallery explores the relationship between art, science and technology through creative art
Walnut Street is Philadelphia's upscale shopping district where shoppers will find major chains from Armani Exchange to Swarovski and local favorites such as Joan Shepp and Jaques Ferber
The Philadelphia Museum of Art houses one of the largest collections of art in the USA, with its collection of 227,000 objects spanning Renaissance paintings, Asian and medieval art from the 3rd millenium BCE, Impressionist and Modern paintings, and furniture
The Arthur Ross Gallery at the University of Philadelphia in the Fisher Fine Arts Library, also known as Furness Library, presents thought-provoking artwork across cultures, and has changing exhibits on display