STAMP On The Parkway Celebrates The City’s Museums With A Free Museum Scavenger Hunt For Students This Thursday, May 28

Academy of Natural Sciences
This Thursday, May 28, Philadelphia teens are invited out to explore some of the city’s top museums for free for STAMP on the Parkway. (Photo courtesy Academy of Natural Sciences)

This Thursday, May 28, local teens can discover the city’s great museum scene by way of a scavenger hunt as STAMP (Students at Museums in Philly) on the Parkway hits the city.

From 3 to 7 p.m., teens can search for items throughout five museums — the Academy of Natural Sciences, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Eastern State Penitentiary, The Franklin Institute and the Barnes Foundation.

The scavenger hunt closes out at the Barnes Foundation where Chill Moody, a West Philly-based rapper who has performed at the Roots Picnic, Wawa Welcome America and more, will perform a 20-minute set for guests at 6 p.m. After Chill Moody, DJ Ricoche will provide the tunes. Giveaways, food and dancing will round out the fun at the Barnes.

Registration is not required, but those who register will be entered to win special prizes. Click here to register.

STAMP on the Parkway serves as the kick off for STAMP Audio Tours. STAMP Audio Tours are recorded tours by members of the STAMP Teen Council that include little-known facts about participating museums.

The STAMP Pass is a free pass for teens ages 14 through 19 who live in Philadelphia. Click here to register for the STAMP Pass. The full list of participating STAMP museums is available below.

Bonus: Philly PHLASH will be providing free rides to museums for those with STAMP passes.

STAMP on the Parkway

When: Thursday, May 28, 3-7 p.m.
Where: Participating museums
Cost: Free

• African American Museum in Philadelphia
• Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University
• Barnes Foundation
• Eastern State Penitentiary
• Fabric Workshop and Museum
• The Franklin Institute
• Institute of Contemporary Art
• Mutter Museum
• National Constitution Center
• National Museum of American Jewish History
• Penn Museum
• Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
• Philadelphia History Museum
• Philadelphia Museum of Art
• Philadelphia Zoo



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