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Rodin Museum

Rodin Museum

The elegant Rodin Museum is a treasure of original art and sculpture along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Here, a vast collection of Auguste Rodin’s work—one of the largest such assemblages outside the Musée Rodin in Paris—is accessible to everyone, including people with low vision or blindness. Through special arrangement with the museum’s (and the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s) Office of Community Engagement and Access, members of Art-Reach, a Philadelphia nonprofit that increases cultural participation in the disability and low-income sectors, experience the work up close.

Credit: Photo courtesy Art-Reach

Tags: Arts & Culture, Museums & Attractions

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