In honor of Eagles victory, Philadelphia Museum of Art will close Thursday for parade

If you had plans to go to the Philadelphia Museum of Art on Thursday to actually see art, you better change your plans.

The museum will be closed as the city of Philadelphia celebrates the Super Bowl victory of the Philadelphia Eagles over the New England Patriots.

A victory parade will be held Thursday, culminating on the steps of the museum.

The nearby Rodin Museum and the Ruth and Raymond Perelman Building will be closed as well.

All will reopen Friday with normal hours.

In other Eagles/Museum news, the Museum of the American Revolution is offering a $2 discount to anyone wearing Eagles apparel in

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