August 15, 2017 |

Dear Students, From the Philadelphia Museum of Art


Hey, Students—with so much to see and do, we know it’s hard to fit everything in. We promise a visit to the Philadelphia Museum of Art won’t disappoint. Did you know our Main Building (yep, the one with the Rocky steps), the Perelman Building (just a quick walk across the street), and the Rodin Museum (about a 15 minute walk or a short trolley ride down the Parkway) are all open from 10:00 to 5:00 on September 9 and are included in CollegeFest admission?

Whether you’re into modern art, classic favorites like van Gogh’s Sunflowers, or works from other times and cultures, we’ve got it for you to explore. Plus, our Rodin Museum houses one of the largest collections of Rodin’s stunning sculptures outside of Paris. If you’re looking for a more interactive experience, be sure to visit the Perelman Building to touch, taste, and experience Philadelphia Assembled—a city-wide collaborative effort opening September 9. We sure hope to see you.


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