40 Winks with the Sphinx Sleepover

Penn Museum's sleepover, 40 Winks with the Sphinx, invites guests to an overnight "expedition" of the Museum

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World Culture Days

The Penn Museum’s popular World Culture Days series is designed to introduce visitors of all ages to the rich cultural traditions found throughout the Museum’s galleries and, indeed, throughout the world. All World Culture Days are FREE with Museum admission.

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Family Second Sunday Workshops

Join a Penn Museum educator every second Sunday of the month from September-May to learn new perspectives about ancient and contemporary cultures through hands-on activities. Each Workshop includes a craft, touchable artifacts, and gallery activities. All activities are free with admission donation. Attendees may drop in anytime between 1:00pm - 4:00pm to participate in the Workshop.

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Gallery Romps

Young children (ages 3–6) and their favorite grownups are invited to explore the Penn Museum's galleries through stories, crafts and play.  Every month features a different craft and interactive story.  Gallery Romps are free with Museum admission.  Each workshop is limited to 25 people and purchasing tickets before the program date is encouraged.  Members at the Household level and above receive free admission.  Penn Card holders also receive free admission.

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Anthropologists in the Making Summer Camp

Celebrating over ten years of engaging children with summer fun and learning through Penn Museum’s world-renowned collections.

Camp Dates:  June 23 – August 22

All Sessions and Wait Lists Are Full This Year.

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Summer Wonder

Free with Museum Admission

Penn Museum's Summer Wonder July Wednesday morning series celebrates the diversity of the world's cultures with five weeks of performance art.

Penn Museum's Summer Wonder Wednesday July morning series features a fun and diverse lineup of performances and demonstrations perfect for children ages 6 to 13 and the whole family.  Enjoy international music, learn traditional Middle Eastern dance, hear stories from around the world, and more!  Programs run from 11 am to noon, leaving time to visit the Museum.

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