Phila.’s famous museum features more than 200 galleries spanning from ancient art to contemporary pieces. Explore East Asian drawings dating back to 3rd century B.C., European sculptures & stained glass, early American furniture, modern paintings and more. Pay-what-you-wish admission offered on the first Sunday of each month.
Explore the museum with audio and printed guides that encourage kids to sketch, doodle and create in the middle of the galleries.
Get even more hands-on interaction through family studio time, monthly celebrations, art classes, Tours for Tots and Night Owl and Early Bird Read and Look programs.
KIDBIT: Go ahead and run up the Rocky steps and pose with the prize-fighting statue.
FAMILY MUST-SEES: Meet a knight in shining (steel) armor: Horse Armor of Duke Ulrich of Wurttemberg, for use in the field features a steed and mounted knight standing ready for battle. Visit the Ceremonial Teahouse: Sunkaraku and experience a relaxing journey to Japan through architecture and atmosphere. And pose with Degas’ familiar Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen, perfectly sized as a selfie prop for a mini-ballerina.
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