Please Touch Museum at Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park is the children’s museum of Philadelphia and is dedicated to enriching the lives of children by providing learning opportunities through play. Please Touch features six interactive exhibit zones: Roadside Attractions, Flight Fantasy, City Capers, Wonderland, River Adventures, and Centennial Exploration, along with daily activities and theater performances. Highlights include a century-old fully refurbished Woodside Park Dentzel Carousel and a 40-foot replica of the Statue of Liberty Arm & Torch, made entirely of toys.
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The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) is a not-for-profit membership organization founded in 1827. PHS provides events, activities and publications for novice gardeners, experienced horticulturists, and flower lovers of all ages. PHS also produces the annual Philadelphia Flower Show, the largest indoor flower show in the world.
Woodmere Art Museum celebrates Philadelphia's striking artistic legacy. The location in charming Chestnut Hill provides the spectacular setting for a collection of regional art. Wander sky-lit galleries and Victorian parlors on your own, or take a tour led by experts. See sculpture, paintings, prints and decorative arts from the 18th Century through the modern era.
Housed in two historic buildings, the Academy of Community Music serves students of all ages with mental and physical disabilities as well as with economic disadvantages. The music teachers and therapists work with over 4000 children and adults.
Vox has always been one of Philadelphia's most important venues for new, ambitious and experimental art. A non-profit artists' collective located in Philadelphia, it was founded in 1988 to support local artists' work.
Originally founded as the summer home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, The Mann Center for the Performing Arts is the only outdoor cultural arts venue in the Philadelphia region and one of the largest of its kind in the nation. This unique open-air theater has hosted some of the world’s best-known artists and performances. Today, The Mann offers a range of arts programs like nowhere else in the area—from orchestra to opera, dance to drumming, pops and jazz to rock and roll.
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