Friday, August 28, 2015
Philly Visitors Guide
Mike Schmidt takes a picture of himself on the Phillies Mural on Aug. 1, 2015, at the Walnut Street Bridge. The mural was painted by David McShane with help from the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program. ( BEN MIKESELL / Staff Photographer )
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Art at The Philadelphia International Airport

If you’re traveling in or out of Philadelphia by air, the Airport’s program of rotating art exhibits is designed with you in mind. Found in twelve exhibit areas, the shows aim to delight the eyes of the 25 million travelers who come through each year. Past shows have ranged widely, from displays of vintage hats and artist-designed umbrellas, to Leo Sewell’s “junk art” creations and Lizbeth Stewart’s sleek and surreal porcelain sculptures. Philadelphia’s airport is one of the few with a program like this, in addition to its permanently installed artworks. While most exhibits are in flight ticket-holder-only areas, you can also call to arrange a group tour.

Art at The Philadelphia International Airport
Philadelphia International Airport Philadelphia, PA 19153
(215) 037-4359