COVID-19 Health & Safety Update

Museum Locations Closed Through June 30

Our highest priority is the safety of our visitors, staff, volunteers, and collaborators. In order to protect them and to support the nationwide effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is closed through June 30. If we can responsibly and safely open sooner, we will.

Also closed at this time are sites administered by the museum: the Perelman Building, the Rodin Museum, and historic houses Cedar Grove and Mount Pleasant.

Additionally, all programs and special exhibitions planned for this spring and early summer have been canceled or postponed.

The museum takes its civic role very seriously. We made the decision to close our locations in consultation with city, state, and federal government and health officials.

We will continue to follow recommended guidelines to protect visitors and the community, revising our plans in response to the changing situation. Please check back for updates.

Visit Us Online 7 Days a Week

Our buildings may be closed but our website has lots to explore. Visit our homepage to check out online exhibitions and experiences, or explore our online collection.

Follow Us on Social Media

Though the museum is closed, we’ll continue to tell stories about our collection on social media for you to enjoy. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr to discover something new and maybe rediscover an old favorite.