Arts and Culture in Pennsylvania

The Pennsylvania arts scene is a vast canvas, dotted with galleries, streaked with art studios and speckled with fabulous art collections such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh. Score a ticket to the hottest theater in Pennsylvania. Stroll dazzling horticultural displays at Pennsylvania gardens and arboretums. Tour Pennsylvania’s architectural marvels.

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  • 122 N. Main St. Herndon, PA 17830
    A quaint little shop along the Susquehanna River filled with local historic art.
  • 601 Wood St. Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2503
    412-471-5605
    Free to the public. Local and national artists value the venue for its willingness to present new and non-traditional shows. Free to the public, this gallery hosts local and international artists.
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  • 100 N. State St. Ephrata, PA 17522-2254
    717-738-9595
    This unique gallery features one of the largest stocks of viewable kaleidoscopes in the world. They carry all varieties including marble scopes, wheel scopes, miniatures, sculptures, and museum...
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  • 9201 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19118-2618
    215-247-0476
    Woodmere Art Museum celebrates Philadelphia's striking artistic legacy. The location in charming, cobblestoned Chestnut Hill provides the spectacular setting for a large collection of fine art....
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  • 303 Cherry St. Philadelphia, PA 19106-1803
    215-238-7775
    The Works Gallery exhibits a range of national artists working in ceramic, jewelry, and glass.
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  • 3025 Walnut St Philadelphia, PA 19104-3402
    215-222-1400
    You’ve never seen music like this! World Cafe Live is a three-tiered music hall, restaurant, bar, and private event facility dedicated to showcasing live music in a venue where every detail has...
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  • 6026 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144
    215-848-1690
    House:  open for walk-in tours April 1 - December 15, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. or by appointment. Free, self-guided tours are available on Friday afternoons, 1 p....
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  • 60 E. Tioga St. Tunkhannock, PA 18657-1621
    570-836-1022
    Built in 1937, the Dietrich Theater is home to the Wyoming County Cultural Center. The center shows countless blockbuster, foreign, independent and classic films in this historic theater. The...
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  • 463 Cadogan Slate Lick Rd Kittanning, PA 16201-4507
    724-763-7457
    This retail gallery displays realistic art by three local artists.
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  • 1100 Belmont Ave Wyomissing, PA 19610
    Established in 1934 by Chester Wittell as the Wyomissing Institute of Fine Arts, the Institute opened its doors with 3 music students. Under Lila Lerch, the first managing director, the Institute...
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