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Besides the spectacular architecture of the building and the zen grounds that surround it, The Barnes in Philadelphia is home to one of the world's greatest collections of impressionist, post-impressionist, and early modernist paintings.
According to traveler reviews on TripAdvisor, the number two immediately after the Art Museum. It is also from the same box of culture. Collector Barnes has collected a fine line of works by world painters, including such greats as Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse, Pierre - Auguste Renoir.
Simply a must-see at least once in a lifetime. If you love Post-Impressionist art, art history, or truly unique museum experiences, this is possibly the best the US has to offer. Be prepared to see A LOT of Renoir. First Sunday of the month is free but can be crowded and hectic.
Everyone knows the Philadelphia art museum, but near that. Barnes Foundation is not a well-known museum while it is really worth to visit. Albert C. Barnes, the founder of the Barnes Foundation, is one of the world's greatest collections of impressionist, post-Impressionist and early modernist…
The story behind this collection, and how it came to Philadelphia, is a soap opera in it's own right. The collection is fascinating not just for what's in it, but how it's grouped and displayed. Tiny little plates on the frames identify the artist; other than that, you're left to your own…
“Climb the “Rocky” steps and soak in one of the iconic views of Philadelphia from the top! Oh, and the museum is wonderful too!”
“Admission to the Rodin Museum is Pay What You Wish; the garden is free year-round and it is closed on Tuesdays. This location contains the largest collection of sculptor Auguste Rodin's works outside Paris. ”
“A really good day out. Fascinating and pretty much as good as Alacatraz. I recommend the visit ”
“Historic museum that has become a Philadelphia staple for visitors and locals alike”
“According to all guides, this historic marketplace is a destination you can't miss in Philadelphia. If we omit its historical value (the market was founded in 1892), it is still just a market with better food. The downside is that the Reading Terminal Market is always crowded. This place in Philadelphia isn't one of my favorites, but if you're hungry or hungry, this marketplace won't let you down. ”