Photos: Inside the Penn Museum After Hours

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Billy Penn was recently given the opportunity to partake in an InstaMeet at Penn’s Museum of Archaeology and explore its halls and exhibits after hours. Organized by Philadelphia enthusiast and Instagram connoisseur Albert Lee (@urphillypal), the meet-up gave photographers and Instagramers from around the city a chance to get up close and personal with the artifacts on display. Here are some of our favorites shots from the night. See the photos from the rest of the photographers on Instagram using the hashtag #emptypennmuseum.

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