The best SEPTA routes going to The African American Museum in Philadelphia are the Market Frankford Line ( 8th St.), Broad-Ridge Spur (8th & Market Sts.), 17, 33, 38, 44, 47, 47m, 61, and the 62. Thanks for Riding SEPTA!
Focusing on the Montgomery Bus Boycotters of 1955-56 and the Freedom Riders of 1961, the bold portraits presented here both celebrate the diversity of these activists and highlight their youth. Based on their mug shots, and transformed with oil, acrylic, rust and collage, these images invite viewers to revisit historic moments in time and to recognize the humanity, the vulnerability, and the determination of the people who contributed so much to the fight for human equality. www.AAMPMuseum.org
SEPTA's 38 Bus and Phlash are the best routes to Philadelphia Museum of Art. Thanks for Riding SEPTA!
Philadelphia Art Museum is one of the largest art museums in the nation, the outside steps facing the Ben Franklin Parkway gained fame from the 1976 movie "Rocky." Inside the museum, its world renowned collections, and special exhibitions transport visitors across time and place, through paintings, sculptures and period rooms. www.philamuseum.org
SEPTA's 7, 32, 33, 38, and 48 Buses, and Phlash are the best SEPTA routes to visit The Franklin Institute. Thanks for Riding SEPTA! Save $4.00 on admission to The Dead Sea Scroll Exhibit at The Franklin Institute when you present your SEPTA PASS or a SEPTA One Day Independence Pass now through October 3rd. Thanks for Riding SEPTA!
The Franklin Institute's Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times exhibit presents one of the most comprehensive collections of ancient artifacts from Israel ever organized, featuring a total of twenty scrolls, displayed ten at a time, including the oldest known copies of the Hebrew Bible and four never-before-seen scrolls. With more than 600 items on display, visitors will experience firsthand the traditions, beliefs and iconic objects from everyday life, more than 2000 years ago. www.fi.edu
The best SEPTA routes going to the National Constitution Center are the Market Frankford Line ( 5th St.), 17, 33, 38, 47, and the 48. Save $2.00 on admission when you present your SEPTA PASS or a SEPTA One Day Independence Pass now through September 30th. Thanks for Riding SEPTA!
Located on Independence Mall, the National Constitution Center brings the U.S. Constitution to life for the whole family through multimedia exhibitions, live performances, timely public programs and dynamic educational resources. As America's first and only nonpartisan, nonprofit institution devoted to the Constitution, the Center illuminates constitutional ideals and inspires acts of citizenship, so that "We the People" may better secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity. www.constitutioncenter.org
SEPTA's 7, 32, 33, 38, 48, and Phlash Buses are the best SEPTA routes to visit the Barnes Museum. Thanks for Riding SEPTA!
On May 19, 2012, the Barnes unveiled its new Philadelphia home.In rooms reflective of the intimate layout and unique character of the original Merion galleries, the renowned art collection is now accessible to the public as never before.www.barnesfoundation.org
The best SEPTA routes going to the The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts are the Broad Street Line (Race-Vine), 17, 21, 31, 32, 33, 38, 44, 48, 62, 124 and the 125. Thanks for Riding SEPTA!
Throughout the year, PAFA presents special exhibitions, an outstanding permanent collection, and work by some of the region's most talented contemporary artists. Visit our galleries in the Historic Landmark Building, designed by Frank Furness and George W. Hewitt, and the new Samuel M. V. Hamilton Building. www.pafa.org
Take a comfortable ride on the Lansdale- Doylestown Line (Doylestown Station), 55 to visit the rare treasures at the James A. Michener Art Museum. Thanks for Riding SEPTA!
In 1988, with the support of many dedicated citizens, the James A. Michener Art Museum opened as an independent, non-profit cultural institution dedicated to preserving, interpreting and exhibiting the art and cultural heritage of the Bucks County region. The Museum is named for Doylestown's most famous son, the Pulitzer-Prize winning writer and supporter of the arts who had first dreamed of a regional art museum in the early 1960's. www.michenermuseum.org