Your ticket gets you two consecutive days at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Rodin Museum.
General Admission Rates
|Seniors (65 & over)||$23|
|Students with valid ID||$14|
|Youths (18 & under)||Free|
Reserve Tickets Before Your Visit
For contactless entry, reserve tickets online before visiting. Time slots are available for entry each half hour up to four weeks in advance of today’s date, with new tickets released every Tuesday. Members do not need to reserve tickets in advance.
We offer discounted general admission throughout the year, redeemable in person at any Visitor Services Desk. They do not include entry to ticketed exhibitions or programs and are not valid with other offers.
Pay What You Wish Admission
On the first Sunday of the month (10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.) and every Friday night (5:00–8:45 p.m.), pay whatever amount you’d like.
Free Admission for PA ACCESS & EBT Cardholders
Receive free general admission for 4 adults with your PA ACCESS card or EBT card and photo ID. 18 and under are always free.
These discounts are made available through partnerships with organizations dedicated to giving people of all backgrounds greater access to arts and culture. PA ACCESS card admission is a citywide initiative led by Art-Reach. EBT card admission is made possible by Museums for All, a cooperative initiative between the Association of Children’s Museums and the Institute for Museum and Library Services.
Free Summer Admission for Military Personnel
Active-duty military personnel and their families receive free admission from Memorial Day through Labor Day as part of Blue Star Museums.
Members are always free.
Museum members enjoy unlimited free general admission, early access and special rates for exhibitions, and discounts on parking, dining, and shopping.
Are walk-up tickets available?
While we recommend that you book tickets before your visit online, you may buy walk-up tickets at the Visitor Services Desk in Lenfest Hall (inside the West Foyer). At the Rodin Museum, all tickets are walk-up only (not available for purchase online).
What happens if I’m early or late for my reservation?
We appreciate your efforts to visit close to your reservation time but don’t worry if you’re early or late—you’ll be admitted to the museum.
Can I change the date or time on my tickets or get a refund?
General admission tickets are usually nonrefundable and nonexchangeable but we understand conflicts occur. If you need to reschedule, email us at email@example.com with your confirmation number. In cases of illness or emergencies, we will process a refund; rebook your tickets online when you’d like.
Pay What You Wish
How do I reserve Pay What You Wish tickets online?
Admission is Pay What You Wish (PWYW) on the first Sunday of the month and every Friday night (5:00–8:45 p.m.). To purchase PWYW tickets, select the appropriate date, find the PWYW option in the menu, and click the blue button below (“10:00 a.m.” for first Sundays; “5:00 p.m.” for Friday nights) . Follow the prompts and enter your desired payment amount, and then select a time and the number of tickets.
Do members need to reserve tickets before visiting?
No, members don’t need to reserve tickets ahead of time. Simply bring your membership card to the West Entrance, and we will scan it for you. Don’t have your card? Then check-in with your name and ID.
I am a reciprocal member of another museum or a member of AAM or ICOM. Do I need to reserve tickets ahead of time?
While we recommend that all visitors book tickets online, a small number of walk-up tickets are reserved for special promotions or reciprocal membership programs. Head to the Visitor Services Desk in Lenfest Hall and show your reciprocal membership or your AAM (American Alliance of Museums or (ICOM) International Council of Museums card for admission.
18 & Under
Do children need tickets?
While children 18 and under can visit at no cost, everyone that enters the museum needs a ticket for their visit. Youth tickets can be reserved in advance online when purchasing an admission ticket of value, or obtained in person in Lenfest Hall inside our West Entrance.
Mobile & Print-at-Home Tickets
How do I print my tickets at home?
If you use a mobile device, click the link in your receipt to access your mobile tickets; those will be scanned when you check-in. To print your tickets, click the link in your receipt from a desktop computer and select “Print Tickets Now.” We recommend you use black ink for easy scanning when you arrive at the museum.