Arts and Culture are at the center of life at Penn. One can enjoy the many Arts & Culture institutions on campus or take a short ride into the city to visit some of Philadelphia's cultural attractions.
3680 Walnut Street 215-898-3900
Arthur Ross Gallery
220 South 34th Street 215-898-2083
Flower and Cook Observatory
209 S. 33rd Street 215-898-5995
Institute of Contemporary Art
36th & Sansom Streets 215-898-7108
Maurice S. Burrison Gallery
3611 Walnut Street
33rd & Spruce Streets215-898-4000
3025 Walnut Street 215-898-6677
Philadelphia Museum of Art
26th & Benjamin Franklin Parkway 215-763-8100
Franklin Institute Science Museum
20th & Ben Franklin Parkway 215-448-1200
National Liberty Museum
321 Chestnut Street 215-925-2800
Academy of Natural Sciences
1900 Ben Franklin Parkway
34th & Girard Avenue 215-243-5705
Explore America's history in the nation's most historic square mile, between 5th & 6th and Arch and Chestnut Streets
- The Liberty Bell at 5th & Market
- Independence Hall at 6th & Chestnut
- Betsy Ross House at 239 Arch Street.
- Franklin Museum, Franklin Print Shop and U.S. Postal Services Museum at 3rd & Market - Learn about one of Philadelphia's and our nation's most extraordinary founding fathers.
- Lights of Liberty, 6th & Chestnut. A fascinating look at our nation's history through light and sound. Call 877-Go-2-1776.
- National Constitution Center at Independence Mall. A new museum that brings the Constitution to life through dozens of interactive exhibits.
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