Maya 2012 at the Penn Museum

Maya 2012 at the Penn Museum Find yourself short on cash, entertainment, or cultural value? It isn't the end of the world! Movie Night - These aren't just educational films.

You can simply visit the Maya 2012 exhibit at the Penn Museum - and as a Penn student, you can do it for free! MAYA 2012 leads visitors on a journey through the Maya’s time-ordered universe, expressed through their intricate calendar systems, and the power wielded by their divine kings, the astounding “lords of time.” Visitors explore the Maya world through interactive experiences and walk among

sculptures and full-sized replicas of major monuments.


The Penn Museum and all exhibits are free to students when they bring their Penn card. The exhibit ends January 13, 2013
The museum is located at 33rd and South streets, right next to Franklin Field. Student Entertainment at the museum:

Quizzo at the Penn Museum - cover free Quizzo! Come play with your friends - and, yes, there are alcoholic drinks for those of you over 21. The museum is currently finishing an apocalypse film series. Study space in the museum library - huge, quiet area - never as crowded as VP! For more info on events:


Don't miss out on this amazing exhibit at the Penn Museum. It ends January 1st, 2013!


The apocalypse film series continues with: Demolition Man. Wednesday, November 28th at 7:30. What better way to prepare for the (maybe) end of the world than by watching apocalypse movies?


Join us for a special talk this evening at 6:00PM : Maya Majesty, Kings and Queens of the Classic Period


Don't miss quizzo tonight at the Penn Museum! No cover!


Maya 2012 at the Penn Museum's cover photo


3260 South Street
Philadelphia, PA


Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Maya 2012 at the Penn Museum posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.


Nearby museums

Other Museums/Art Galleries in Philadelphia

Show All