In celebration of its marquee exhibition, Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910, which is slated to end its run on Monday, May 26, the Philadelphia Museum of Art swings open its doors for a discounted admission price (but to Philly Funsavers ticket holders only!) on five select days throughout the next week.
Less than two weeks remain to see the once in lifetime exhibition, luckily, Philly Fun Guide has half-price tickets available through its Funsavers program.
Receive $10 admission, as opposed to the regular $23.50 admission, to the PMA and Treasures From Korea exhibition. Talk about a deal.
Half-Price Ticket Offer
The half-price tickets must be purchased via the Philly Funsavers website. Note that tickets also must be purchased in advance. At the latest, tickets must be purchased before 8 a.m. on the day that you plan to go to the museum.
Here are the dates, click on the links to purchase tickets for a specific date:
The Treasures From Korea exhibition spotlights the art and artifacts of the Joseon Dynasty in the first comprehensive survey dedicated the the subject in the United States. Made up of more than 150 works from the past 500 years, many of which have never left Korea before this exhibition, look forward to screen paintings, furniture, ceramics, books, costumes, textiles, calligraphy in addition to multimedia elements.
It’s a truly can’t-miss exhibition. Take advantage of the $10 ticket sale and check it out before it’s too late.
Also, be sure to take advantage of this deal if you can’t make it to the PMA’s day of free admission on May 18.
Half-Price Admission to the Philadelphia Museum of Art
When: May 16-17 and 20-22
Where: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
More info: www.phillyfunguide.com