We liked everything about this museum. The art work was outstanding. The food in the cafeteria was good. The show of Van Gogh art was absolutely fantastic.
Underground Parking makes driving easy. Van Gogh exhibit was very good as were other exhibits. Perelman building across the street was a treat for architecture especially. Good cafe that moved hundreds quickly. Wish we had known you could make reservations for the more formal (and pricey) restarant. Also wish we had known that the Barnes Museum is now open.
This museum has been having the most wonderful exhibits, e. g., the current one "Van Gogh up Close" and another great one coming in a few months. Don't miss them!
The only stop in the US for this exhibition, worth the trip if you're not living in Philly. The museum itself is stunning and offers a wonderful mix of early - contemporary works. Can't wait to go back, but definitely do try to make it before Van Gogh leaves if you're anywhere close to the area!
Went there first thing in the morning, shortly after it opened and only managed to get tickets for the Van Gogh exhibit at the 6pm timeslot, which was the last available timeslot of the day. Nevertheless, it was well worth the wait. It came with the audio kit, explaining the styles and details of most of his paintings. It really... More
My family I went here awhile back for the Body Works & Titantic exhibitions. This is a very education trip and easy for children to understand. Always a good time at the Museum of Art.
Never a bad exhibit. The Van Gogh was really fantastic. The upstairs rooms are not to be missed, and are never crowded. Museum cafe has good food, too!
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