Benjamin Franklin Parkway Map
When the new Barnes Foundation opened on Philadelphia's culturally rich Benjamin Franklin Parkway in May 2012, it joined a venerable row of cultural institutions. From Love Park to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the one-mile Parkway museums district is lined with renowned museums; accented by horticulture, lighting and public sculpture; and surrounded by a city that values art of all kinds. 1) Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2) Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building, 3) Rodin Museum, 4) Barnes Foundation, 5) The Franklin Institute, 6) The Galleries at Moore, 7) The Academy of Natural Sciences, 8) Museum Without Walls, 9) Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 10) City Hall
Credit: Map by R. Estes for Visit Philadelphia™
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