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Two-Night Package Includes Unlimited Access To Five Philadelphia Museum Of Art Buildings


PHILADELPHIA, March 7, 2011  Art lovers are in luck. The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s first-time Art & About in Philadelphia Hotel Package, which gives buyers access to all of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s properties, is now available through 2011. The two-night package comes with two combination tickets—a $62 value—to five Philadelphia Museum of Art-administered buildings. Over two consecutive days, visitors can return to their favorite art hotspots over and over again. Available at more than a dozen hotels with rates starting as low as $159 per night, the package also includes free hotel parking. Visitors can book the Art & About in Philadelphia Hotel Package at


Here’s a look at the fab five:

·         Philadelphia Museum of Art – The vast collections of Renaissance, American and Impressionist art make the Philadelphia Museum of Art one of the largest museums in the country.

·         Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building – Across the street from the Art Museum, the Perelman Building is reserved for special exhibitions that often focus on design fields such as textiles, furniture and fine crafts.

·         Rodin Museum – Housing the largest public collection of the master’s works outside of Paris (including The Thinker and The Gates of Hell), this contemplative space also includes formal gardens.

·         Cedar Grove – One of Fairmount Park’s most historic homes, Cedar Grove mixes fine Baroque, Rococo and Federal styles in its interior stylings.

·         Mount Pleasant – Another one of Fairmount Park’s most historic homes, Mount Pleasant feature the craftsmanship of some of the leading Philadelphia artisans, such as carver Martin Jugiez.


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