Closed for reinstallation
From January 9 to February 6, the Rodin Museum will be closed for a full-scale reinstallation focusing on the artist’s use of live models, his unique studio practice, and his international acclaim for portraiture.
An architectural gem restored
Open to the public in 1929, this remarkable ensemble of architecture, landscape, and sculpture, designed by architect Paul Cret and landscape architect Jacques Gréber, is now restored to its original splendor. We invite you to experience Rodin's art in the galleries and gardens, ever-changing with the seasons.
Meet me at Rodin
There's always something happening at the Rodin Museum. Join a thought-provoking tour, download a mobile app to learn more about this great artist and his work, enjoy an inspired performance, attend a class or lecture, sketch with kids in the galleries...
Birth of the modern
Explore one of the world's most distinguished collections of works by Auguste Rodin, the genius who is often regarded as the father of modern sculpture. Learn more about such masterpieces as The Gates of Hell, The Thinker, and Eternal Springtime as well as lesser-known works.
Show your support
An act of philanthropy—the gift of Jules Mastbaum—brought the Rodin Museum to Philadelphia, providing beauty and inspiration to generations of visitors. Discover the many ways, large and small, in which you can support and sustain that legacy.