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This place has been a museum since the 1960s although I believe it became open without appointment in the late 1980s but I maybe wrong on that. The museum is in a very nice large townhouse in the middle of the street. The director of the place seemed very nice, the price of…
I absolutely love this museum. Highly recommend taking one of their private tours because it reveals so much about the Rosenbachs, how they lived and their fabulous collection. There's nothing else like it in the U.S. and I appreciate their programs. Check out their website for…
I like to plan trips for friends to expose them to more of Philly than the iconic places. While researching interesting things to do before our dinner at Del Frisco's, I stumbled upon the Rosenbach Museum and Library. This is an absolute must see and definitely a hidden gem. …
Wonderful old home housing an amazing rare book collection. We went on a summer Sunday and it was not at all crowded....a few minutes' walk from Rittenhouse Square. Well worth a visit!
This has been on our to-do list for a long time. On a miserably hot and humid day, we took advantage of the free admission offered as part of the Welcome America Festival to stop in. The house and library were really interesting and the extremely knowledgeable guides…