Housed in a 19th-century stone Victorian mansion on six acres in the Chestnut Hill section, the Museum's permanent collection consists of more than 3,000 works of art, concentrated on the art and artists of Philadelphia.
Woodmere’s core collection of fine and decorative arts dating from the 18th and 19th centuries includes paintings by Edward Redfield, Daniel Garber, Walter E. Schofield, Benjamin West, Frederic Edwin Church, Violet Oakley, Arthur B. Carles, and many more.
Copper and bronze sculpture restored and installed in a fresh location
Explore the achievements of one of Philadelphia's most respected and influential artists
Six octagonal panels tell the story of Hercules
Photos capture the emotion of races, drivers, and fans
Some 70 works reveal how Pennsylvania Impressionists explored landscape as a subject
Showcasing modernist bronze sculptures
Explores cake as an edible art form among the permanent collection
Displaying watercolor paintings from The Night Before Christmas
Reveals a new direction in collecting sculpture
Celebrates the spirit of the circus with artworks from the collection
Retrospective of a local realist painter
Mid-century abstract painting