Widely known for its appearance in the Rocky films and highly respected among the arts community, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is a center of culture in Philadelphia.  The iconic museum also serves as the backdrop for various other events in the city of brotherly love, including the Made in America Festival and the Philadelphia marathon.

We recently delivered a dumpster to this prized museum, which is home to some of the most famous paintings of the modern era as well as many from the Impressionism era.  One of the largest art museums in the United States, the Philadelphia Art Museum has collections of over 227,000 items.

The museum is located on Benjamin Franklin Parkway, near the waterfront in Philadelphia.  Every year, it attracts upwards of 800,000 visitors from around the world. 

For more information about the museum’s collections or current special exhibitions, check out their website.

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