Hank Willis Thomas’s “All Power to All People” can be seen near Philadelphia’s City Hall, as part of the Monument Lab public art exhibition. (photo by Lola Arellano-Fryer/Hyperallergic)

Last year, we organized a trip from New York to Philly to see some of the city’s best art and museums. It was so much fun, we’re heading back to the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection.

Join us on Saturday, October 14, as we visit the ICA Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), and the Fabric Workshop and Museum to see some of this fall’s not-to-be-missed exhibitions.

On this trip, we’ll stop by:

Plus, we’ll get to chat about what we’ve seen over lunch and dinner at two of Philadelphia’s excellent restaurants, Distrito and Front Street Cafe.

At each venue, a curator or docent will lead us through the exhibitions and illuminate the artwork on view.

Tickets are all-inclusive for the day, including round-trip transit from New York City to Philadelphia on a private bus, admission to all three exhibitions, tours, and both lunch and dinner.

Façade of Fabric Workshop and Museum (via Fabric Workshop)

Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Untitled (Citizen) (2015), 3-channel video. Courtesy of the artist and Anat Ebgi. On view at the ICA.

Our bus will leave from the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan promptly at 8am (exact location will be given to ticketholders), and we will return to New York City at approximately 10pm. The day will be packed, and it will be amazing!

Tickets are $140 each. Space is limited, so be sure to get your tickets today.

Come join the adventure and visit three of Philadelphia’s best museums with fellow Hyperallergic readers and staff!

Tickets are available for purchase below or at Eventbrite