With renovations nearly complete, Philadelphia’s Rodin Museum’s new look will be an old one.
Work started in 2008 to restore the museum to its 1929 roots. Phase three of the project is underway and is expected to be finished for a mid-July opening.
Work began in the garden to draw more attention to the grounds, sculptures and the museum’s relationship with the Ben Franklin Parkway. Phase two involved exterior cleaning and repairs.
When it’s all said and done, the collections will be presented in new ways to go along with rejuvenated programming.