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Sculpture mirrors Robert Indiana’s iconic LOVE sculpture
Through Spring 2016View More
The bilingual version of one of Philadelphia’s best-known landmarks is on display on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art for a limited time only.
Celebrate and explore the history of the American still life
Through January 10, 2016View More
Audubon to Warhol: The Art of American Still Life explores the history of still-life painting in a sweeping display of more than 130 works in oil, watercolor and other media.
Explore hundreds of original documents related to the iconic novel
Through May 15, 2016View More
Don’t be late for a whimsical celebration at The Rosenbach in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s timeless classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
From the campaign trail to Inauguration Day, learn about all aspects of a U.S. presidential election at this comprehensive exhibit
February 12 – November 8, 2016View More
From the campaign trail to Inauguration Day, Headed to the White House educates visitors on all aspects surrounding U.S. presidential elections through a variety of interactive mediums.
Unprecedented collection of Japanese artwork only on view in Philadelphia
Open through May 10View More
Explore the beautiful works and artistry of Japan’s most influential and enduring school of painters during an exclusive exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Pop Art’s emergence as an international movement is explored through a collection of 120 works of art
February 24 – May 15, 2016View More
Explore Pop Art’s emergence as an international movement through a collection of 120 works of art from 80 different artists.
Come face-to-face with a real Egyptian mummy and learn about the modern techniques utilized by present-day archaeologists
January 30 – August 28, 2016View More
Come face-to-face with an Egyptian mummy and learn how archaeologists use modern science and technology to uncover the ancient civilization of Egypt.
View 50 works by Picasso in an exhibit highlighting pieces from World War I
February 21 – May 9, 2016View More
Explore the dramatic variance in the Picasso’s style during the period surrounding the World War I through 50 works of art.
Acclaimed art exhibition created entirely from LEGO®
Through October 4, 2015View More
An art exhibition unlike any you’ve ever seen, The Art of the Brick at The Franklin Institute features the world’s largest collection of art created entirely from the popular toy.
Learn the legendary story of King Midas and his Golden Touch
February 13 – November 27, 2016View More
The Penn Museum hosts a premiere, nine-month exhibition featuring the legendary “Golden Touch” King Midas and more than 120 objects found at the tomb of his father.
Experience a unique, first-time look into the science and technology behind Finding Nemo, Toy Story and more
March 12 – September 5, 2016View More
Experience a unique, first-time look into the science and technology behind Pixar’s beloved animated movies.
New exhibition explores the influences on what Americans eat
Through January 3, 2016View More
What role does the government play in shaping what we eat? That’s the question explored in What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?, a new exhibition at the National Constitution Center.
Intimate images of the Kennedy family
Open through September 7View More
This February, one of American history’s most compelling figures will be explored in the exhibition Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe, a collection of rarely seen photographs of President Kennedy, his wife and their children.
A first-of-its-kind exhibit on gay rights
Through January 3, 2016View More
Speaking Out for Equality: The Supreme Court, Gay Rights, and the Constitution at the National Constitution Center explores the gay-rights movement through the constitutional “conversations” that have framed the struggle for equality.
American Impressionism and the Garden Movement, 1887-1920
Open through May 24View More
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts will host The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement, 1887-1920, a new exhibition examining when the world of art and the world of gardening met at the turn of the 20th century.
Celebrate the holidays with your favorite Sesame Street friends
Through December 31, 2015View More
A Very Furry Christmas at Sesame Place is a festive, family-friendly celebration with everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends. The park is transformed into a one-of-a-kind Christmas wonderland with twinkling lights, festive decorations and rides.
Feel the magic of the holiday season at Adventure Aquarium in Camden
Through December 31, 2015View More
Enjoy the magic of the holiday season during Adventure Aquarium’s Christmas Celebration. Get into the yuletide spirit with Scuba Santa and his elves, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer — and, of course, plenty of sharks, fish and sea turtles.
Land of the free, home of the game
Saturday, December 12, 2015View More
The Army-Navy game makes its return to Philadelphia in 2015. Cadets from West Point and and Midshipmen from Annapolis will square off at Lincoln Financial Field for the 116th matchup between the historic rivals.
Massive works inspired by Malcolm X from Philadelphia-born artist
Discover more than 40 works from Philadelphia-born artist Barbara Chase-Riboud on display at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.View More
Seasonal park on the Delaware River Waterfront
Through March 6, 2016View More
A winterized riverfront park, Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest houses an Olympic-size skating rink overlooking the Delaware River, ski chalet-style lodge and winter garden with recycled shipping containers, a heated tent, holiday trees, fire pits and plenty of cozy seating.
Nearly 120 restaurants offering three-course meals from $20-35
Fall 2016View More
Center City District Restaurant Week welcomes diners with delicious, budget conscious meals at nearly 120 restaurants from $20-35.
Celebrating America’s pastime at the National Museum of American Jewish History
Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American at the National Museum of American Jewish History is the first large-scale exhibition to weave together the history of baseball with the story of immigration and integration into American life.View More
Celebrate the holiday season at Peddler’s Village
November 20, 2015 – January 2, 2016View More
Visit Peddler’s Village in beautiful Bucks County to celebrate the holidays! With more than 70 specialty shops — perfect for your holiday shopping — and eight restaurants, you will love the Village’s charm and beautiful, festive decorations.
Illuminating Rittenhouse Square for the holidays
December 3View More
Over 5,000 holiday lights and Philadelphia’s largest Christmas Tree turn Rittenhouse Square one of Center City’s most festive public spaces for the holidays.
Philadelphia’s official kick-off to the holiday season
The dramatic City Hall Lighting Spectacular on December 2 will feature a dazzling display of holiday lights projected directly on the building — and the lighting of the City Hall holiday tree.View More
An upscale vintage and antiques bazaar
January 30-31, 2016View More
The Clover Market attracts shoppers from all over to its beautifully displayed tents of vintage goods and artisan wares.
Come face-to-face with full-size, moving dinosaurs
Dinosaurs Unearthed brings a stampede of life-size, roaring, moving, animatronic dinosaurs to the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University for an incredible family-friendly experience.View More
Eat and explore East Passyunk’s fantastic dining scene
February 21-27, 2016View More
East Passyunk Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to explore the fantastic dining scene in one of Philadelphia’s most popular neighborhoods.
Head indoors to see the Mummers strut at the Pennsylvania Convention Center
January 1View More
A spectacular Philadelphia’s New Year’s Day tradition heads indoors during the Mummers Fancy Brigade Finale at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Monthly open house for galleries in Philadelphia
Friday, February 5, 2016View More
Want proof of Philadelphia’s happening art scene? On the first Friday evening of every month the streets fill with art lovers of all kinds who wander among the neighborhood’s 40-plus galleries, most of them open from 5 until 9 p.m.