This visually-stunning museum is housed in what used to be a seven-story private residence. The museum shows religious life through the ages with interesting collections in the various rooms of the house. The house itself, though, is the most incredible work of art of the museum. The house is filled with remarkable handcrafted ornamentation everywhere. I especially enjoy the Great Hall which is filled with gorgeous stained glass windows and the tower which on a clear day allows for a view of Philadelphia. The museum often has special exhibits as well, so be sure to check out their schedule. The day I went they were displaying a Buddhist mandala, which was really cool.
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