Philadelphia Museum of Art Pay As You Wish

Philadelphia Museum of Art Pay As You Wish admission policy is too good to pass up. Every Wednesday, from 5pm-8:45pm, you can visit the museum and pay whatever you would like. That’s right, there is no set price. If you are feeling generous, you can pay the whole price or if you are feeling frugal, you can pay as little as $1 (not something we recommend, but, hey, we can’t tell you what to do).

Visitors won’t miss out on any exhibits or new programs brought on board this year, such as watching mini-film festivals and pop-up programs which include sketching in the galleries and story-telling. The Great Stair Hall will be filled with music and once a month musicians will perform live in the galleries.

Visitors will also get to take part in programs such as yoga classes and hands-on studio.

Take the family or make it a romantic night with your loved one and enjoy all the art museum has to offer!

For a list of the most up to date events on Wednesday nights, click here

 

Philadelphia Museum of Art Pay As You Wish
Event Category: Galleries Art
When: April 17, 2013
Where: Philadelphia Museum of Art
More Info: http://www.philamuseum.org
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/philamuseum
Twitter: https://twitter.com/philamuseum


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