Philadelphia Museum of Art – Best known for its international exhibitions and world-renowned collections of more than 240,000 works, the crown jewel of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway is more than a museum. It’s also the unofficial gateway to Fairmount Park.
The museum’s bi-level sculpture garden, with its combination of terraces, lawns, flora, and water features, showcases an ever-changing collection of sculptures that overlook Fairmount Park, the Schuylkill River, the four-acre Azalea Garden, and the grand neo-classical Water Works building. Works on display include large-scale pieces by Claes Oldenburg, Ellsworth Kelly, and Sol LeWitt. 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway,