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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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  • 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...
  • 915 S. York St. Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-4738
    This small amateur theater offers quality dramas, comedies, and musicals.
  • 446 Main St. Bethlehem, PA 18018-5809
    This gallery features fine work by local and national artists.
  • 23 W. Otterman St Greensburg, PA 15601-2306
    Built in 1926 as the Manos Theatre, The Palace Theatre today hosts the widest variety of live entertainment in the area in a beautifully renovated 1341-seat facility, including concerts, comedy,...
  • Gettysburg Community Theatre - Gettysburg, PA 17325
    Country to New Orleans Jazz, Blues to 50's Rock n' Roll to Broadway, this patriotic tribute to America.
  • 8778 Route 555 Weedville, PA 15868
    Live chainsaw carving, sculpture, walking sticks, pottery, paintings, jewelry, heirloom toys and cutting boards by Martin, Kathleen and Vic DePasse. Details on facebook at Nuthatch Studio.
  • 4701 Bath St, # 46 Philadelphia, PA 19137-2235
    Dance Affiliates is dedicated to the advancement of the art of the dance through support of dance companies and performances in classic and contemporary dance. The company also offers a variety of...
  • 113 Arch St. Philadelphia, PA 19106-2003
    Commercial art gallery owned and operated by Richard Rosenfeld was Old City's first gallery. Shows contemporary American artists.
  • 435 Elm Road Elm, PA 17521
    Since opening it's doors in 1989 the Kowerski Gallery & Frame Shop has become known as a premier gallery for representing many of Lancaster County's finest artists. Just to name a few: Stephen Leed...
  • 300 Beechwood Avenue Carnegie, PA 15106
    In addition to being a "Carnegie Library" this facilty also contains a theater and a museum. The Andrew Carnegie Music Hall is patterned after Carnegie Hall in New York City, and is renowned for...
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