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Group General Admission and Tour Rates

For school group information visit Arranging Your School Visit.
$20 adults
$18 seniors (65 and older)

Guided Tours
$8 additional per person

Audio Tours
$5 additional per person

Rodin Museum
General Admission Fee
$6 per person (includes recorded audio tour)
Guided Tours
$8 per person (includes General Admission)

Fairmount Park House Tours
$8 per person per house

When making plans for your group, please note >>
  • Tours must be booked at least one month in advance.
  • Full payment must be received in advance of the group's visit.
  • Rates are based on a minimum group size of 15 people or more.
  • Special exhibition prices vary, and rates are subject to change.
  • A $100 deposit is due within two weeks of receiving the confirmation letter.
  • Guided tours last approximately one hour.
  • All guided tours meet in Lenfest Hall (West Entrance Foyer) unless otherwise noted in the confirmation letter.
  • Foreign-language tours are available.
  • Limited parking is available at the Museum.
  • A wheelchair-accessible entrance and elevators are available.
  • Complimentary admission for the collections is provided for the bus driver and one escort.

To schedule your next visit submit an inquiry online >>

Group Rates for Exhibitions

There are no special exhibition group tours scheduled at this time.

Guided Tours

The Museum offers insightful and inspiring theme tours of its collections, led by trained Museum Guides and specially designed to encompass the varied interests of everyone in your group.

  • Highlights Tour - Discover some of the Museum's most noteworthy treasures in this spectacular overview, spanning a variety of ages and genres. Ideal for first-time visitors.
  • Architecture of the Perelman Building - Discover the most richly embellished example of Art Deco architecture to be erected in Philadelphia in the 1920s.
  • The School of Paris and Beyond - Explore works by the outstanding artists who flocked to Paris during the first half of the twentieth century seeking artistic freedom, including Chagall, Modigliani, Lipchitz, Soutine, and others.
  • Picasso to Pop - Learn how artists such as Picasso, Warhol, Lichtenstein, and Oldenburg changed our contemporary world with their extraordinary visions and uninhibited creativity.
  • America, Past and Present - View one of the finest American collections in the world, and explore rooms filled with magnificent furniture, paintings, and decorative arts.
  • Asian Odyssey - See a ceremonial Japanese teahouse, stone Indian pillared hall, and centuries of art, artifacts, ceramics, and rugs.
  • Women in Art - Discover how artists have portrayed women and ideals of feminine beauty throughout history, from medieval images to Picasso's modern interpretations.
  • Flower Power - Trace the symbolism of flowers from Renaissance gardens to Van Gogh's dramatic Sunflowers. A perfect addition for garden clubs or a visit to the Flower Show.
  • Saints and Sinners - Explore Italian, Flemish, and Dutch art from the fourteenth to seventeenth centuries, from Rogier van der Weyden's magnificent depiction of Christ to Steen's "sinful" genre scenes.
  • Other Tour Possibilities - Tapestries and Rugs, Dutch Art, Portraiture, Arms and Armor, A Walk Through Time: The Period Rooms, Landscape Painting, The Jewish Connection, The Christmas Story in Art, Everything Eakins and many more.

Audio Tours

A variety of audio tours are offered for individuals in your group to experience selected Museum treasures at their own pace. Additional tours may also be available throughout the year as part of selected Museum exhibitions.

Audio Tours are available in English, French, Spanish, and Japanese.

Rodin Tours

Administered by the Philadelphia Museum of Art and opened to the public in 1929, the Rodin Museum houses the largest collection of masterpieces, outside of Paris, by French sculptor Auguste Rodin. Its holdings include bronze casts of the artist's greatest works: The Thinker, perhaps the most famous sculpture in the world; The Burghers of Calais, a heroic and moving historical tribute; Eternal Springtime, a lyrical work dealing with human love; and The Gates of Hell, a powerful, dramatic sculpture on which the artist worked from 1880 until his death in 1917.

The Rodin Museum is located on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 22nd Street, just a few blocks from the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Historic Houses

Mount Pleasant
Choose from 7 eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century houses.

Historic House Tours

Tours highlighting the history of the Fairmount Historic Houses are available for groups to go back in time and experience the architectural and decorative styles that exemplified the good life in America's earliest years.

Historic Houses Holiday Tours

The Historic House Holiday tours are a cherished Philadelphia tradition. This year will feature four of the park's treasured charms – Laurel Hill, Lemon Hill, Mount Pleasant, and Woodford Mansion – festively decorated to highlight these architectural masterpieces. Reservations are required and are based on availability.

Fairmount Park Bus Tours

Offered all year-round our Museum-trained guides join you on your bus and will take you on a journey through Fairmount Park which has been called "one of the largest urban parks in the country". You will pass all seven of the Historic Homes and will learn about the history of the park including information about the 1876 World's Fair held in Philadelphia.

$8 per person per house or bus tour.

Groups arrive at the Philadelphia Museum of Art to begin their tour. Museum-trained step-on guides will meet you at the West Entrance and direct your motorcoach through the park while providing information and history about Fairmount Park. Restroom facilities are available for use inside the Museum before you depart for your tour. Please note that the restrooms at the houses are not handicap accessible and not able to accommodate groups.

For more information, please contact Group Sales by phone at (215) 684-7863, by fax at (215) 684-7360, or by e-mail at .

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