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Wagner Free Institute of Science : The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage

Wagner free institute of science Philadelphia Pennsylvania -so cool -like stepping into a Victorian time capsule but with modern lectures and events. right by Temple University

Victorian scientific schema and beliefs are frozen in time at this steampunk 'museum of museums' : the Wagner Free Institute. 1700 W Montgomery.

Wagner Free Institute of Science - An unusual natural science and history museum in its original Victorian setting.

'Docent I' by Caitlin McCormack @ Paradigm Gallery, Philadelphia

'Docent I' by Caitlin McCormack @ Paradigm Gallery, Philadelphia

Owner Missy Rhysing inside her shop Ritualcravt in Sunnyside.

Owner Missy Rhysing inside her shop Ritualcravt in Sunnyside.

Metcalfe worked with Morris Arboretum to craft a unique treetop experience - a place to learn from nature. The exhibit extends along 450 feet of elevated pathways within the arboretum’s forest. Our design balances perceived danger, actual safety, beautiful materials, and real trees. A...

this is insane 😍 The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania: See the forest from a new perspective from 50 feet up in the treetops on the Out on a Limb canopy walk, part of the Arboretum-wide interactive Tree Adventure exhibit.

The American Revolution didn’t just take place at Independence Hall. This trail highlights the most significant American Revolution sites in the Greater Philadelphia area, from Valley Forge to Fort Mifflin to Washington Crossing.

The American Revolution didn& just take place at Independence Hall. This trail highlights the most significant American Revolution sites in the Greater Philadelphia area, from Valley Forge to Fort Mifflin to Washington Crossing.

Science Weighs in On Whether You Should Shut Up When Looking At Art | Motherboard

Science Weighs in On Whether You Should Shut Up When Looking At Art

Science Weighs in On Whether You Should Shut Up When Looking At Art | Motherboard

Mercer Museum, Doylestown PA one of three buildings that form the legacy of Henry Chapman Mercer, an eccentric historian, architect, anthropologist and archaeologist devoted to tile making. The four-story museum houses Mercer’s collection of tools, representing more than 60 crafts and 50,000 objects created before the age of steam.

Step back in time when you enter the Mercer Museum and see items like a Conestoga wagon suspended overhead in this National Historic Landmark!

What’s in bloom at the Museum? Sol LeWitt’s monumental public artwork "Lines in Four Directions in Flowers"!  Commissioned by the Fairmount Park Art Association in 1981. Realized by the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 2012 in cooperation with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation

Sol Lewitt, parterre garden--his only garden plan--has finally been realized in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park.

These 12 Brilliant Public Art Pieces In Pennsylvania Will Make You Stop To Stare

These 12 Brilliant Public Art Pieces In Pennsylvania Will Make You Stop To Stare

Looking into Macy's atrium at the Wanamaker Organ's pipes in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - http://uncoveringpa.com/visiting-the-wanamaker-organ

Visiting Philly's Wanamaker Organ: The Largest, Functional Pipe Organ in the World

Few seem to know that Philly is home to the largest, functional pipe organ in the world. Those visiting the Wanamaker Organ come to love it's sound.

Center for the Future of Museums: Beyond Neutrality

In Season 2 Episode 2 of the Museum People podcast , New England Museums Association director Dan Yaeger argues that all museums should be .

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