Rodin Museum, Philadelphia

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  • Visit the Rodin Museum (which...

    by noahsdad Written Aug 25, 2002

    Favorite thing: Visit the Rodin Museum (which has, I think, the largest collection outside Paris); the Rosenbach for its objets d'art and literary interest; the Museum of Art, for its impressionists and for Rocky's view of the city; the Mummers Museum, to see how some Philadelphians like to spend New Year's Day--in sequined splendor; the University Museum at the University of Pennsylvania, which has a fine anthropological/archaeological collection; the Mutter Museum for medical oddities (your pre-adolescent male children will thank you for the gross-out factor); the Franklin Institute for science; the colonial city and, of course, the Liberty Bell; Elfreth's Alley, the oldest continually inhabited street in the US; funky South Street for shopping and peoplewatching; the Italian Market; Penn's Landing along the Delaware River; elegant Rittenhouse Square and upscale shopping on Walnut Street.

    Fondest memory: Walking back through the Italian Market after a special Valentine's dinner--a true Moonstruck moment--standing in line to buy amaretti in a packed Isgro's pastry shop in South Philly on Christmas Eve...

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