Opening this fall, The Franklin Institute’s dramatic Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor exhibition reveals the secrets behind the 2,000-year-old army of clay statues that guarded the tomb of China’s first emperor until their discovery in 1974.
When: September 30-March 4, 2018
Where: The Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA
Cost: $35, daytime admission for non-member adults; $30, daytime admission non-member children; $20, evening admission for non-member adults; $15, evening admission for non-member children; $10, members
The Franklin Institute is the only East Coast stop for this monumental exhibition, which sheds light on the science, culture and craft of the stoic, silent guards.
The exhibition was developed by The Franklin Institute and the Pacific Science Center in Seattle. Philadelphia and Seattle are the only stops on this exhibition’s two-city tour
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