Friday, October 27, 2017

Terracotta Warriors at the Franklin Institute - November 4th

Only in Philadelphia and Seattle for this rare US visit ongoing until March!   Join FCC DV for an amazing China experience.

Saturday Nov. 4th, at the Franklin Institute, 
               222 North 20th St, Philadelphia


4:15 pm- 5pm   Mysteries of China IMAX FILM!    $6  
5:00 pm- 6pm Terracotta Warriors Exhibit of 2000 year old life size statues from China!   $20 ($15 age 3-11)

Program:  The 10 statues are part of China's enormous army of figurines unearthed by farmers.    These soldiers were created to be guarding the tomb of China's first Emperor, Qin.
The exhibit shows many sides of life in early China, and contains dozens of other replica warriors plus their accessories in 14,000 feet of floor space.
We are not going to the rest of the museum.

Saturday, November 4.      Meet at Box Office to pick up tickets for IMAX Mysteries of China by 4pm.  Look for David Morgan with an FCC DV sign.
Please allow plenty of time for travel/ walking and/or parking.   The Franklin Institute is a few blocks down the Ben Franklin Parkway from Suburban Station if you take regional rail.   The 33 bus goes right by it.

If you drive, parking is quite limited at the museum garage, 271 N 21st St.  The museum website fi.edu, has 4 more recommended lots.

You can get your own tickets (call 215 448 1200add $3 processing fee per ticket
or advance order through President FCC DV, no fee.
Registration form for advance order can be found by clicking here. 

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