Self-Guided Access | “Sacred Adornment” Exhibition, “Craftsmanship at Glencairn” Exhibit, and Great Hall
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Glencairn Museum's Sacred Adornment: Jewelry as Belief in Ancient Egypt Exhibition encourages visitors to discover why jewelry was such an important part of daily life for ancient Egyptians. The stunning necklaces, bracelets, and rings in a wide variety of materials from metals such as gold and copper to glass and semi-precious gemstones are all from the Museum’s Egyptian collection.
NEW Craftsmanship at Glencairn: Five Artists Exhibit
Because Glencairn was designed as a home for their family, the Pitcairns selected decorative themes that conveyed beliefs that were important to them. This exhibit tells the story of five artists whose work in stone, wood, metal, and glass brought these themes to life. Included are artist biographies, archival photos, tools, original drawings, and models created before finished works of art were completed.
Audio information for the exhibition, exhibit, first-floor, and grounds is available through a free web-app on your smartphone.
Reservations are strongly recommended for the Self-Guided Access; walk-ins accommodated as possible. Click here or call 267.502.2990.
Tuesday and Thursday 10:00-11:30 am
Tuesday through Friday 1:00-2:30 pm, 2:30-4:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 12:00-1:30 pm, 1:30-3:00 pm, 3:00-4:30 pm
$8 per person Children/Adults/Seniors
Free for Museum Members/Children 3 & under
$2 per person for PA ACCESS/Museums 4 All cardholders
Free for Blue Star Families (active-duty military & families)
Free for Library Pass cardholders
Max 10 people per time slot
Visit our New Visiting Guidelines (https://glencairnmuseum.org/new-visiting-guidelines ) for safety protocols.
Not able to visit the Museum in person? Visit our online Sacred Adornment Exhibition on Google Arts & Culture. https://artsandculture.google.com/story/sacred-adornment-jewelry-as-belief-in-ancient-egypt/OAJSnPsilE24Iw
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