The Philadelphia Art Alliance at University of the Arts

320 S. Broad St

Founded by playwright Christine Wetherill Stevenson in 1915 and located in the former Wetherill Mansion on Rittenhouse Square, the Philadelphia Art Alliance is considered one of the first multidisciplinary art spaces in the U.S.

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Philadelphia Contemporary

Various Venues across Philadelphia

Philadelphia Contemporary presents cross-disciplinary art that reflects the diversity and vitality of Philadelphia. Since 2016, Philadelphia Contemporary has offered a robust program of pop-up exhibitions and performances across the Philadelphia area in collaboration with various partner organizations

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La Salle University Art Museum

1900 West Olney Avenue

The mission of the La Salle University Art Museum is to further the University’s Lasallian educational objectives by helping students, other members of the University community and the general public to experience significant, original works of art in an intimate setting and to place them in meaningful contexts. 

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Fleisher Art Memorial

719 Catharine St.

Fleisher is a source of inspiration, creativity and community. Every year, more than 20,000 people experience the transformative power of art by participating in tuition-free classes, workshops, exhibitions, and community-based programs.

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1400 N. American St. Studio 314

InLiquid mobilizes and makes accessible the visual arts culture of the greater Philadelphia region in order to unite communities, establish wider audiences for artists and designers, facilitate the relationship between artists and collectors, and nurture the public’s appreciation of all forms of visual art.

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American Philosophical Society Museum

104 S 5th St

The American Philosophical Society, the oldest learned society in the United States, was founded in 1743 by Benjamin Franklin for the purpose of “promoting useful knowledge.”

The current exhibition at the APS is: Pursuit & Persistence: 300 Years of Women in Science, which explores how women scientists have overcome obstacles to achieve breakthroughs, make places for themselves in science, and help others along the way.

The exhibition invites visitors to meet women whose boundless curiosity impelled them to investigate the mysteries of the universe, from the stars glittering in the night sky down to the inner workings of cells in our bodies and the structures of the atoms that make up all matter. 


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The Fabric Workshop and Museum

1214 Arch Street

The Fabric Workshop and Museum was founded in 1977 with a visionary purpose: to stimulate experimentation among leading contemporary artists and to share the process of creating works of art with the public. Your unconventional museum experience awaits.

Free (with $5 suggested donation) and open to the public five days a week (Wed-Sun). Visit our Museum Shop for a free postcard!

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The Franklin Institute

222 N 20th St

Named after Benjamin Franklin, The Franklin Institute is a hub of all things science and innovation. Kids and adults alike will love the hands-on exhibits.

Take a journey through a two-story heart, climb aboard a 350-ton Baldwin steam locomotive and become part of an electrical circuit! As well as modern technology and the human body, you’ll learn all about the world around us – from tectonic plates to starry skies. You don’t have to be a science buff to enjoy the award-winning exhibits – there’s something for everyone here, including historic memorabilia and artifacts that once belonged to Benjamin Franklin.

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Woodmere Art Museum

9201 Germantown Avenue

Woodmere’s collection consists of more than 8,000 works of art, and nine galleries offer exhibitions and programs that serve adults and children. Lectures, panel discussions, gallery talks, tours, and more are also offered.

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Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

100 N. 20th Street, 5th Floor

PHS includes a diverse community of people who use horticulture to advance the greater good with a keen focus on creating healthier living environments, increasing access to fresh food, expanding economic opportunity, and fostering meaningful social connections.

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