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Philadelphia Museum history tour

Step into the pages of history on this exciting visit to the Philadelphia Museum, one of the top five museums in the United States. This breathtaking construction contains such a wide variety of exhibitions, artefacts and artworks that you will feel like you are walking through a Discovery Channel program or through the pages of the Encyclopædia Britannica. The Philadelphia Museum is currently showcasing an internationally renowned collection of no less than 200,000 works of art. Among the pieces displayed in this awe-inspiring collection we can find remarkable architectural structures from a wide array of historical epochs. Also, don’t limit your visit only to the main exhibition; the Museum of Philly offers to the public a wide variety of highly acclaimed special exhibitions which rotate regularly. These will make you visit so much more singular and special, for you can then easily return to the museum in the future and encounter a completely different exhibition, keeping it always fresh. Among the must-sees, you must not miss out on the charming Japanese ceremonial teahouse, where you will learn about the fascinating Japanese tea ceremony, also known as the Way of Tea. Also make sure to check out the frightening mediaeval weapons and suits or armour. Then top off the whole visit with a peek into the museum’s dazzling collection of Impressionist paintings, where you will certainly recognise the world-famous Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh. This museum hosts such a variety of collections it is bound to please any visitor. Step into the pages of history on this exciting visit to the Philadelphia Museum, one of the top five museums in the United States. This breathtaking construction contains such a wide variety of exhibitions, artefacts and artworks that you will feel like you are walking through a Discovery Channel program or through the pages of the Encyclopædia Britannica. The Philadelphia Museum is currently showcasing an internationally renowned c Meeting/pick-up point:26th street and Benjamin Franklin Pkwy. Start/opening time: Tuesday to Sunday at 10am. End/closing time: At 5pm. On Wednesdays and Fridays the Main Building is open until 8:45pm. Closed Mondays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and the 4th of July. The Rodin Museum is open Wednesday through Monday 10am - 5pm. Languages: Audio guides in English, French, Spanish and Japanese only for museum collections. Special exhibitions are typically English only.