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Rodin Museum

2151 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
+1 215-763-8100
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With over 140 bronzes, marbles, and plasters - including "The Thinker" - the distinguished collection housed in the Rodin Museum represents every phase of Auguste Rodin’s career. Located on Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the elegant Beaux-Arts–style building and garden offer an absorbing experience and the largest collection of Rodin's work outside of Paris.
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2151 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
+1 215-763-8100
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Reviewed 1 week ago

You can pay what you wish to enter this museum or it can be a part of the admission to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Ever since seeing some Rodin sculptures at the Smithsonian, I have longed to learn more and to see more of...More

Thank Cordial1
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband took us out here and it is in a busier part of town near the Art Museum. Very nice and well kept are that the museum is in but I would not hang around after dark. It s busy and congested and parking...More

Thank BigTimeTravelFamily
Reviewed 1 week ago

Worth visiting if you are a Rodin Fan – the more impressive sculptures are outdoors surrounding the museum, so best to visit if the weather is nice. Inside there are several small rooms plus one large room filled with sculptures by him and the women...More

Thank nadler
Reviewed 1 week ago

Free ( you pay what you want) admission, large collection and if you come of hours, you can still see his most famous work outside ( The thinker, the gates of hell, three shadows and more)

Thank irinarn
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a visit coupled with Christmas shopping at the market at City Hall. The museum, grounds and exhibits were enjoyable, and one learns a lot about Rodin and his open-minded life. This museum is best paired with another activity as it does not take...More

Thank bahiadreaming
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It contains some famous statues you know and many other smaller works which are also very interesting. His Gates of Hell were spellbinding.

Thank MisterTiffy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful grounds, very nice to walk around. The pieces are very nice to look at. Small but a must see if you are a fan.

Thank Yoyo F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you are in Philly, you must go to the Rodin museum. As you walk up to the museum, you are greeted by the "Thinker" (without Dobie Gillis - yes I'm almost 70). Then walk up the steps to the entrance and there is the...More

Thank jay6348
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a lovely, small collection of Rodin's sculptures that doesn't take long to explore, but is worth every second. The surrounding gardens are not just a feast for the eyes, they offer a serene spot in a very busy city.

Thank TignB
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The largets collection of Rodin work outside of Paris. Great spot and just enough art work to satisfy and not ovwerwhelm a family of four visitors

Thank joel s
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Jeffrey M
15 February 2016|
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Response from Tiff68 | Reviewed this property |
Honestly an hour is probably enough, but personally, sitting on the steps outside and just relaxing as it is a beautiful setting, might tack on some additional time :)
6 February 2015|
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Response from minookajoe25 | Reviewed this property |
Walking distance from PMA to Barnes & Rodin . PMA offers Rodin and Perelman package. Also free trolley transport between Perelman, PMA & Rodin . Trying to do those & Barnes would be mind boggling add penn academy for true... More