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In this tranquil oasis you'll find one of the world's great collections of works by Auguste Rodin—and the only dedicated Rodin Museum outside France.
Feel like you’re in Paris as you tour this famous Philadelphia attraction as you gaze upon the different sculptures, paintings, objects, and pieces that comprise the large collection riddled throughout the wide expanse of Rodin Museum.
A sculpture museum with the largest collection of Rodin’s work outside of Paris.
At the Rodin Museum, you and your family can check out 124 sculptures as well as bronze casts, drawings and prints, all the work of Auguste Rodin. The Rodin Museum is located at 2151 Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia
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