Philadelphia Museum of Art
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the largest museums in the United States, serving as home to unique collections such as New York Dada, Presidential china, the Paul Strand collection and many others. See the exquisite horse and man armor collection, and many different architectural phenomenons such as a Reception Hall from a Nobleman's Palace (a recreation of a Chinese nobleman's reception hall), or the extravagant "Temple Hall" which is a collection of Indian art acquired by a Philadelphia family during their travels to India. The Museum also features rotating exhibits that explore many different modes and time periods of art.
- Check out the Museum's collection of Chinese Snuff (tobacco) Bottles, which were cherished by the Chinese aristocracy as beautiful symbols of wealth and power
- Visit the Rodin museum, just a few blocks away which houses the largest collection outside of Europe by famous artist Auguste Rodin
For more information, visit the official website at http://www.philamuseum.org/.