Philly Art Museum on list of 100 to visit before you die

    There are 100 museums to visit before you die, according to Complex magazine, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of them.

    Per the magazine:

    “A strong supporter of local artists, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is also home to the world’s most important collection of works by Marcel Duchamp. Don’t miss seeing the famed Nude Descending a Staircase canvas and don’t mistake the Fountain sculpture for the real thing. If you visit on a Friday evening, be sure to catch one of their “Art after 5″ events, which have featured performers ranging from jazz musicians to drag queens.”

    The museum is No. 4, behind the admittedly cool-looking Simone Handbag Museum in Seoul, the Guggenheim in New York City and the Hirschhorn Museum in D.C. New York’s Metropolian Museum of Art rounds out the top five, and the Louvre is way back at No. 7.

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    Coming in at No. 100 is the National Museum of Scottland.

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