Yes I snuck in. It is not like I don't want to support the arts but paying $12 to see the personal collection of some robber-baron was not gonna happen. So I borrowed a friend's membership card to the Philadelphia Museum and got reciprocated wright in to the door. Pierpont Morgan collected some cool stuff. I knew there was some special edition of A Christmas Carole. But, I did not know it was not an edition, it is the document that Charles Dickens wrote with his own hand. 800 Gutenberg Bibles were printed, 150 remain. Pierpont needed 3 of them. I took the guided tour. It was nice but I could have done without the stories about how rich they were. It kinda icked me out, but I could tell there were people who came there to just worship wealth.
The inside of the building was a treat. Three very different rooms that were each created to show wealth and power. But nice to look at. They REALLY don't let you take pictures. So I took this one of the outside. I like how they pained the security camera to match the wall.
Needless to say I did not eat there.