The story of King Midas will be brought to life, thanks to Penn Museum’s nine-month showing, The Golden Age of King Midas. The exhibit will focus on the secrets behind this legendary figure who had the "Golden Touch," along with over 120 impressive artifacts from his reign as king. Attendees will be able to view everything including the royal tomb, jewelry, painted pottery, ivory furniture, much of which is being shown in the country for the first time. 3260 South St., 215-898-4000
The highly anticipated exhibit will journey through vivacious colors and bold imagery to show the world of pop art, which was influenced by everything from politics to social changes. Visitors can follow Pop Art's progression from the UK to the US, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and Japan. Expect to marvel at paintings, film, sculptures, and prints, and more than 150 pieces on display made between 1956 through 1972. 2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy., 215-763-8100
As one of Philadelphia's talented impressionist painters, Daniel Garber offered up magnificent scenes of Buck Country's landscape and overall character through vibrant artworks. This year, Michener Art Museum will showcase Garber's works at their Commonwealth Gallery, which includes the return of the artist's celebrated piece Tanis. 138 S. Pine St., Doylestown, 215-340-9800
In collaboration with Columbus Museum of Art, Barnes Foundation will present Picasso: The Great War, Experimentation and Change, which portrays the radical shift in Picasso’s work during the momentous year of 1914. According to curator Simonetta Fraquelli, this was the period when Picasso began to incorporate naturalism in his pieces. On display until May 9, this exhibition will bring together roughly 50 works from the artist, which he worked on between 1912 and 1924, including paintings, watercolors, costumes, and drawings. 2025 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy., 215-278-7000
The National Constitution Center is giving visitors a chance to learn everything there is to know about presidential elections. The hands-on exhibit allows you to join the race for presidency, while learning how elections have changed over the past 200 years. Viewers will get to indulge on interesting facts about our country's presidents, and how the process developed over the years. It's sure to get you excited about election season this year. Independence Mall,525 Arch St., 215-409-6600
Watercolor from Watson’s Annals of Philadelphia by John André. 1778.
The Library Company of Philadelphia invites you to view their current exhibit, Fashioning Philadelphia: The Style of the City. Learn about Philadelphia's stylish roots dating all the way back to 1720. As the city became modernized and industrialized, it produced essential materials including leather, cloth, and hats, which lended to the style evolution by 1940. 1314 Locust St., 215-546-3181