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PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA Museum Without Walls

Sculptures installed at the locations below are all part of the Museum Without Walls. This list is organized by stop number on the free cell phone tour.

If You Go

There are several ways to access the free Museum Without Walls audio tour.

By phone: 215-399-9000. Online: museumwithoutwallsaudio.org. Download: Mobile apps available for iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android.

Signs are posted at each of the 35 stops on the tour with dialing instructions for listening via cell phone to any of the audios individually (free on most cell-phone plans on weekends).

Pick up a free map of the sites on the tour at the Fairmount Park Welcome Center on the west side of LOVE Park, at other local visitor centers, and at most cultural institutions.

At the website museumwithoutwallsaudio.org, download the map, plus online audio slide shows and high-quality stereo for each stop for use on iPods and MP3 players.

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1. LOVE (1976),

JFK Plaza, 15th Street and JFK Boulevard

2. Three Way Piece Number 1: Points (1964), Benjamin Franklin Parkway between 16th and 17th Streets

3. Three Discs, One Lacking (1968), Benjamin Franklin Parkway between 16th and 17th Streets

4. Monument to Six Million Jewish Martyrs (1964), 16th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway

5. General Tadeusz Kosciusko (1978), 18th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway

6. Kopernik (c. 1972), 18th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway

7. Jesus Breaking Bread (1976), Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul, 18th and Race Streets

8. Swann Memorial Fountain (1924), Logan Square, Benjamin Franklin Parkway

9. General Galusha Pennypacker Memorial (1934), 19th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway

10. Shakespeare Memorial (1926), Logan Square between 19th and 20th Streets

11. Joseph Leidy (1907) and Deinonychus (1987), Academy of Natural Sciences, 19th and the Parkway

12. All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors (1934), Aviator Park, Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 20th Street

13. Aero Memorial (1948), Aviator Park, Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 20th Street

14. Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Memorial (1927), Logan Square, Benjamin Franklin Parkway and 20th Street

15. The Thinker (1902-1904), Rodin Museum, Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 22d Street

16. Iroquois (1983-1999), 24th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue

17. The Washington Monument (1897), Eakins Oval in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art

18. Rocky (1980), Kelly Drive and Benjamin Franklin Parkway

19. The Lion Fighter (1858) and Mounted Amazon Attacked - a Panther (1837), Front Steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art

20. Charioteer of Delphi (5th century B.C., cast c. 1977), Kelly Drive near 24th Street

21. Joan of Arc (1890), Kelly Drive at 25th Street

22. The Wedges (1970), Kelly and Sedgley Drives

23. Abraham Lincoln (1871), Kelly and Sedgley Drives

24. The Pilgrim (1904), Kelly Drive near Lemon Hill Drive

25. Thorfinn Karlsefni (c. 1918), Kelly Drive north of Boathouse Row

26. Stone Age in America (1887), Kelly Drive north of Boathouse Row

27. Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial - South Terrace (1933-61), Six sculptures, Kelly Drive, south of Girard Avenue Bridge

28. Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial - Central Terrace (1933-61), Seven sculptures, Kelly Drive, south of Girard Avenue Bridge

29. Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial - North Terrace (1933-61), Four sculptures, Kelly Drive, south of Girard Avenue Bridge

30. James A. Garfield Monument (1895), Kelly Drive, south of Girard Avenue Bridge

31. Cowboy (1908), Kelly Drive, northwest of Girard Avenue Bridge

32. Playing Angels (c. 1950), Kelly Drive near Fountain Green Drive

33. Sleeping Woman (1991), Near Kelly Drive, painted on Schuylkill retaining wall

34. General Ulysses S. Grant (1897), Kelly Drive and Fountain Green Drive

35. John B. Kelly (1965), Kelly Drive near the rowing grandstands

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