Visitors to the National American Jewish History Museum can tour "Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg" until Jan. 12.
The exhibition offers a journey through Ginsburg's historic trailblazing record and her fight to overcome adversities, starting at her modest childhood home in Brooklyn NY.
The name, originally dubbed after the late rapper Notorious B.I.G., is also based on the best-selling book by Philly native Shanna Knizhnik and co-author Irin Carmon.
"Seeking to become an advocate for ending sex discrimination, seeking to expand the rights of women and men...that was not an easy thing for a young Jewish woman to do," said Perelman.
Visitors get a glimpse of that history with interviews, writings, and even recordings of her fiery dissents that dubbed her as notorious.
The Notorious RBG is on display 7 days a week at NMAJH until January 12 of 2020.
Tickets are 9$ for the exhibit, but if that's an issue, you can enjoy the rest of the museum for free. There are also several "supreme" selfie opportunities in the museum, if you're into that.